BALTIMORE (WJZ) — A Baltimore police sergeant who was shot outside his home during an alleged robbery Thursday is in critical but stable condition condition.

The Baltimore FOP tweeted Friday that, “Sgt. Carrington remains in stable condition.”

“President Mancuso is currently at Shock Trauma and reports that Sgt. Carrington remains in stable condition. Thank you for your overwhelming concern and we ask that you continue to pray for our brother!” the tweet read.

Baltimore Police Sergeant Isaac Carrington went into surgery Friday after he was on life support Thursday in the ICU. Carrington was shot multiple times in the 5600 block of Summerfield Avenue around 3:24 p.m.

WHAT WE KNOW:

  • Baltimore Police sergeant shot multiple times during an alleged robbery in northeast Baltimore.
  • He was identified as Sgt. Isaac Carrington, a 22-year veteran of the force.
  • He was shot outside his home in northeast Baltimore.
  • He is in critical but stable condition. 

Baltimore Police Commissioner Michael Harrison said that an initial investigation revealed that the 43-year-old Carrington was standing in front of his lawn, speaking with a neighbor, when an unknown vehicle believed to be an Acura, pulled onto the street.

Sgt. Issac Carrington

That’s when a masked suspect tried to rob them and Carrington was shot. Carrington was rushed to Shock Trauma where he remains in the ICU.

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Police are actively searching for suspects in the case. They spent Thursday collecting evidence from the scene and are interviewing witnesses.

Police put out a bulletin on the scanner urging officers to be on the lookout for the suspect car.

Carrington is a 22-year veteran on the force. He is a husband and father of three.

Kimberly Eiten

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