NORTH STRABANE TOWNSHIP, Pa. (KDKA) – A 19-year-old male was shot multiple times in an an officer involved shooting in Washington County early Sunday.READ MORE: Troy Polamalu Says He Tested Positive For COVID-19 Ahead Of Hall Of Fame Enshrinement
Police responded to a domestic assault call at a home in North Strabane Township.
That’s where they found a man outside the home with a gun. Police say when he didn’t listen to commands, they fired their weapons.
The young man involved in the shooting was a prominent area wrestler.
The shooting happened early in the morning, in a quiet residential neighborhood of North Strabane Township.
It was around 2:30 a.m. Sunday when North Strabane and Canonsburg police responded to the 400 block of W. McMurray Road.READ MORE: Report: Pa. Has At Least An $8 Billion Annual Funding Deficit, Proposes To Replace Gas Tax
Police were responding to a light colored brick house on W. McMurray Road on a domestic assault call.
That’s where police say they found 19-year-old Logan Bradley Macri outside with a firearm.
State Police say when Macri would not respond to police commands, officers fired at him. Macri was shot multiple times.
Macri is a recent Cannon-MacMillan High School graduate, a winning wrestler for the school, and a PIAA state wrestling champion.
Neighbors didn’t want to talk, but say they hadn’t seen any previous trouble at the young man’s home. State Police has taken over the investigation and Macri was flown to a Pittsburgh hospital.
It is reported the 19-year-old is undergoing surgery at a Pittsburgh hospital.MORE NEWS: Gov. Tom Wolf Visits East Liberty To Promote Affordable Health Care
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