St. John cop allegedly fired shots at off-duty Hammond police officer
SAINT JOHN, Ind. - St. John Indiana police provided an update Wednesday on a shooting that involved an on-duty officer last November.
The officer fired at an off-duty Hammond police officer. Now, the St. John officer is set to be charged.
Officer Phillip Fabian, 33, will be charged with felony criminal recklessness and a misdemeanor.
The shooting happened on Nov. 29 when Fabian allegedly fired several shots at a moving vehicle.
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When the incident occurred, the department released details saying their officer was "checking on an abandoned, unoccupied suspicious vehicle" when he was standing in the shoulder of the lane and a car nearly hit him.
The driver and only person in the car was an off-duty Hammond Indiana cop.
There is dashcam and bodycam video, but it hasn't been released because it's part of the ongoing investigation.