Suspect Sought After Georgia Police Officer Fatally Shot During First Shift

Damien Anthony Ferguson
Georgia Bureau of Investigation

Officer Dylan Harrison was fatally shot at 1 a.m. Saturday during his first shift with the Alamo, Georgia, police department.

The New York Post notes that Harrison was shot outside the Alamo police station, and details surrounding the incident are scant.

The Georgia Bureau of Investigation has named 43-year-old Damien Ferguson as a suspect, noting that he also goes by Luke Ferguson.

WSB-TV reports that “a reward for Ferguson’s arrest is up to $17,500 at this time.”

Officer Harrison leaves behind a wife and a six-month-old child.

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Posted by McRae-Helena Police Department on Saturday, October 9, 2021

The Georgia Department of Public Safety tweeted condolences following news of Harrison’s death: “We are deeply saddened to hear of the loss of Alamo Police Department’s Officer killed in the line of duty early this morning. We send our thoughts and prayers to the Officer’s family, blood and blue.”

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