2 charged in shooting that wounded Philly cop in Kensington

November 9, 2018

Philadelphia Police Commissioner Richard Ross and Mayor Jim Kenney speak outside Temple University Hospital after a Philadelphia Police officer was shot and wounded in Kensington on Wednesday, Nov. 7, 2018.

By Staff

Two men were charged Friday for allegedly shooting at and wounding a Philadelphia Police officer earlier this week in Kensington, District Attorney Larry Krasner announced at a news conference.

Krasner said that video captured the incident and that the actions taken by the wounded officer, Paul Sulock, who was struck in the leg, were “heroic.”

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