Georgia cop fatally shot on his first shift, killer on loose

Georgia cop fatally shot on his first shift, killer on loose


A Georgia police officer was shot and killed while working his first shift on Saturday, leaving behind a wife and 6-month-old baby.

Dylan Harrison, 26, was shot and killed outside of the Alamo police station around 1 a.m. Saturday, Georgia Bureau of Investigation [GBI] spokeswoman Natalie Ammons said at a news conference.

Harrison, a native of Dudley, was working his first part-time shift with the Alamo Police Department when he was killed. He had been working in law enforcement since 2018 and was also employed full time with the GBI drug task force in Eastmond, authorities said.

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Law enforcement didn’t give details about what led to the shooting, however they have named a suspect: 43-year-old Damian Ferguson, who also goes by Luke Ferguson.

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