BALTIMORE (WJZ) — Baltimore Police Sergeant Isaac Carrington, who was shot a week and a half ago during an attempted armed robbery, continues to recover at Shock Trauma and “still has a long way to go,” Commissioner Michael Harrison said Tuesday.
Harrison visited the injured sergeant Monday and said Carrington’s health is progressing.
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Last week, the department shared a video message from Carrington in his hospital bed, pledging to return to the force soon.
“I’m 10-8. I’ll be back,” he said, referencing a police code for an in-service officer.
No arrests have been made in connection with Carrington’s shootings, though police are following leads and leaving no stone unturned, Harrison said.