New York State Trooper reportedly shot with rifle, manhunt ongoing

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New York State Police are at the hunt Thursday for an “armed and dangerous” suspect accused of taking pictures a trooper right through a welfare test. Jason D. Johnson, a 34-year-old round 5 toes 7 inches tall with hair in a “long mohawk style” used to be remaining observed in Colesville following the incident that spread out within the the city on Wednesday night time, investigators say.  “He is considered armed and dangerous, do not approach him and call 911 immediately,” New York State Police stated in a remark. 
The truck that Johnson is also recently touring in. (New York State Police)
SUSPECT IN FATAL SHOOTING OF RETIRED NYPD OFFICER CAUGHT Broome County Sheriff David Tougher advised WBNG in a single day {that a} feminine trooper used to be shot after the suspect grabbed a rifle. A Broome County sheriff were dispatched to a house to habits a welfare test and the feminine trooper spoke back as backup, he added. State Police later recognized the trooper as Becky Seager, who has been a member of its ranks for seven years.”Law enforcement did exchange gunfire with Johnson before he fled from the scene,” they added.CLICK HERE TO GET THE FOX NEWS APP Seager suffered non-life-threatening accidents and used to be struck within the hip. Additional information about the taking pictures weren’t in an instant to be had. New York State Police say Johnson might now be touring in a 1996 Ford F-250 pick-up truck this is blue in colour with the New York registration code HZV7759. 

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