DETROIT (WWJ) The two Detroit police officers who were hospitalized after being shot by a gunman who opened fire inside their precinct have been released.

Sinai-Grace Hospital says that Cmdr. Brian Davis and Officer David Anderson were released Friday.

Four officers in all were wounded in the January 23rd rampage at the 6th Precinct that left gunman Lamar Moore dead. The other officers were released from the hospital earlier in the week.

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  1. Monex says:

    The chief said along with the commander two sergeants and an officer were wounded but none appeared to have life-threatening injuries. Godbee said he underwent surgery Sunday evening and his prognosis was very good. A sergeant and an officer who each suffered graze gunshot wounds to the head were both talking and alert Godbee said. Jerome Warfield chair of the Detroit Police Board of Commissioners who visited the precinct with other members of the board after leaving the hospital where the wounded officers were being treated.

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