The Latest: Woman killed in Philadelphia rampage is ID'd
Posted 2:36 p.m. Monday
PHILADELPHIA — The Latest on the Friday overnight shooting rampage in West Philadelphia (all times local):
Authorities have identified a woman killed during a shooting rampage in Philadelphia as the 25-year-old daughter of Ethiopian immigrants.
Police say Sara Salih was fatally wounded while sitting in a vehicle Friday night with a 36-year-old man, who was also shot.
The pair was apparently targeted at random by 25-year-old Nicholas Glenn. Glenn had already shot city police Sgt. Sylvia Young and two other civilians in the Friday overnight attack.
The Philadelphia Inquirer reports (http://bit.ly/2cprBbj ) Sara's father heard the gunshots from the family's apartment but didn't know his daughter had been shot and killed until after he got home from work Saturday afternoon.
Glenn was killed in a shootout with police that also injured a responding officer. Police say all the injured are expected to survive.
A police officer shot during shooting rampage in Philadelphia last week has been released from a hospital.
The Fraternal Order of Police Lodge No. 5 says University of Pennsylvania police officer Ed Miller was released on Sunday after receiving treatment for gunshot wounds to his hip and ankle.
Investigators say Miller was shot confronting a gunman who had already shot city Police Sgt. Sylvia Young and four civilians — one of whom died — in the Friday overnight attack.
Authorities say the gunman — later identified as Nicholas Glenn — subsequently died in a shootout with responding officers.
Police say Glenn had a note that expressed hatred for law enforcement and a probation officer.
Police say Young was shot in her shoulder, arm and chest. She's hospitalized in stable condition.