Man originally from Underwood, MN injured in deadly Castle Rock shooting
CASTLE ROCK, CO—A man injured in a deadly disturbance call over the weekend, grew up in our region.
Authorities say 41-year-old Tom O'Donnell was shot Sunday, in a shooting that left four law enforcement officers injured, killing one sheriff's deputy in Colorado.
O'Donnell is an officer with the Castle Rock Police Department.
He is originally from Underwood, Minnesota and a graduate of Bemidji State University.
O'Donnell's family confirmed to WDAY that he was shot in the knee, but is now okay.
He spent a few hours in the hospital Sunday.
The family wishes to remain private at this time.
Authorities say two civilians were also injured.
The deputies were responding to a domestic violence call at an apartment complex in a Denver suburb.
That's when police say shots rang out.
The sheriff's office said the suspected gunmen hit five deputies, after firing 100 rounds.
The suspect was then shot and killed by deputies.