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Officers in Missouri shooting named publicly

(KAIR)--The Missouri State Highway Patrol has named three officers involved in last week's south St. Joseph, Missouri shooting that left a suspect hospitalized.

KQ2-TV reports that authorities said investigators Billy Paul Miller and Erica Tate, of the Buchanan County Sheriff's Department, along with St. Joseph Police Department Detective Aaron King, were involved in the shooting.

Miller and Tate are a part of the Drug Strike Force.

The shooting took place shortly after 2:00 on the afternoon of August 6.

According to the Patrol, the suspect, who has not been named, remains in the hospital in critical, but stable condition.

The shooting occurred while the police and sheriff departments were attempting to apprehend a wanted felon that was known to be armed. According to the TV station, the shots were fired after the suspect produced a weapon.

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