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Marion County Deputy Shot Inside IHOP

An officer was shot during an argument.

INDIANAPOLIS--A Marion County Sheriff's deputy was shot inside a northwest side restaurant, according to an Indianapolis Metropolitan Police Department officer on scene. 

IMPD officers received a call of a person shot at 12:56 a.m. Saturday inside the IHOP at 6901 West 38th Street, near the intersection with I-465. 

Investigators later determined that Sergeant David Clemmons and Deputy Entwan Norris were attempting to stop a robbery at the location. 

Sgt. Clemmons suffered a gunshot wound to the leg during the incident and was later released from the hospital after being transported in fair condition. Deputy Norris was unharmed in the shooting. 

IMPD officers are asking the community to share any information about the shooting. Contact Crime Stoppers anytime at 317-262-8477 or online at All tips are anonymous and could result in a cash reward. 

Police say this is an ongoing investigation.

Story by Brenna Donnelly


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