Clair Township Officer Lloyd Reed, She also said he caused the rural western Pennsylvania home they shared to begin filling with smoke from a wood-burning stove. Most importantly, said state police Trooper Stephen Limani, she also told a dispatcher that Shetler had a rifle.
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As a dispatcher relayed details of what appeared to be an escalating situation, the trooper requested assistance, which brought Reed from St. Clair and an officer from Seward borough to the home, Limani said.
The woman told police Reed shot at Shetler before her boyfriend returned fire, mortally wounding the officer in the left side of his torso, which was not protected by a bulletproof vest. State police arrested Shelter without incident about six hours later. Shetler had a bullet wound to the front of his shoulder and was treated at a hospital.
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He was jailed Monday and faces a preliminary hearing Dec. Reed, a police officer for 25 years, had worked part-time in New Florence for five years.
He had spent 20 years as an officer in Seven Spring borough before that department disbanded. He leaves behind his wife of 15 years, Rosemarie Ponziani Reed.
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His funeral was set for 11 a. Friday at an arena in Johnstown.
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Limani said Reed fired six shots from his. He refused to put it down, and he advanced on the officer. The volunteers, who openly carry their firearms, feel as though they have stepped in to fill the void. PGP Public Key. He is now a reporter at ProPublica.
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