Detroit cop who is Dearborn resident shot during raid

Times-Herald Newspapers

DETROIT — A Detroit police officer who is a Dearborn resident was shot during a drug raid in Detroit Oct. 31.

Officer Hameed Mohamed was shot in the leg through a metal door as he approached the house in the 8500 block of Orangelawn. The gunman shot Mohamed with a “high powered weapon” when the shrapnel hit Mohamed.

After Mohamed was shot, a firefight began between people in the house and additional police officers.

Mohamed, an 18-year veteran of the Detroit Police Department, is recovering at a local hospital.

Police have arrested five suspects involved in the raid and shooting, including the initial shooter. Police have also the gun used during the shooting.
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