Transcript for Community mourns death of 2 police department veterans
There are new developments in the deadly police shooting of two officers in Ohio. A second suspect now arrested, accused of buying the gun for the alleged killer. The officers were ambushed, responding to a 911 call. And here's ABC's Linzie Janis tonight. Reporter: A solemn salute today during a procession for those two fallen officers killed while responding to this 911 call. Can I help you? What's going on? Reporter: The sobbing caller suddenly hangs up. The officers who arrive at the westerville, Ohio, home are immediately met with gun fire. Then, a second call. 911, what's your emergency? Please help, please help, please help. What's wrong? He shot the police officers. My daughter is in there. Reporter: The woman on the line, the wife of the suspect. Where are you now? I'm hiding in the bushes. Please. My daughter, please. Reporter: Authorities apprehending convicted felon Quentin Smith, who was also shot. And today, police arresting a second man, Gerald Lawson, accused of illegally buying the handgun for Smith for $100. This community now mourning the loss of department veterans Anthony Morelli and Eric joering. True American heroes. Who gave their life today. Reporter: David, authorities say there has been numerous domestic incidents at that home, and just three months ago, the suspect's wife had sought an order of protection. David? Linzie, thank you.
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