Indianapolis police say a man has been arrested in connection with the shooting death of an officer on a domestic violence call
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INDIANAPOLIS — A man has been arrested in connection with the shooting death of an Indianapolis officer on a domestic violence call, police said Friday.
Detectives arrested Elliahs Dorsey, 27, on preliminary charges of murder and attempted murder in the Thursday slaying of Officer Breann Leath, 24, police said. It wasn’t immediately known whether Dorsey had a lawyer who could comment.
A second woman also was shot, police said. That woman has not been identified.
Leath was among three officers who responded to the call Thursday afternoon at an apartment on Indianapolis’ far east side, police said. As officers knocked on the door of the apartment, shots were fired through the structure, striking Leath, police said.
The other officers pulled Leath to a safe area and found the second woman who had been shot, police said.
Officers located and apprehended Dorsey, who was taken into custody without further incident, police said.