A Minnesota deputy took an arrow to one arm on Thursday after a suspect fired at him with a bow during a wild pursuit, officials said. Law enforcement from multiple agencies attempted to clear the home; the suspect appeared from the second floor and fired at Deputy Paul Orvis, striking him in the left forearm with an arrow. Orvis was sent to surgery to remove the arrow and “treat a possible broken arm.” He was listed in good condition by the hospital. Cloud Police Department and the Minnesota Bureau of Criminal investigation will look into the episode. Police say the “compound bow” belonged to the homeowner, not the suspect.
Source: Fox News September 14, 2018 00:11 UTC