Suspect in Officer Shooting Could Be Hard to Spot - Tucson News Now

Suspect in Officer Shooting Could Be Hard to Spot

By J.D. Wallace, News 13 Reporter

posted 6/9/04


A man whom Tucson police suspect stabbed one man and shot Officer Jobe Dickinson could be harder to find than simply matching his picture to the faces seen on the street.


“He just kept to himself, just kinda quiet, and that’s all I can really tell you,” said neighbor Michael Hersch.  “The most important thing I can tell you is every time I’ve seen him, he’s been wearing this blue hat with an American flag on it, I don’t know if anything is on the back, but he’s got some strange looking sunglasses, too.”


Police released a picture of 22 year old stabbing and shooting suspect Adam Fulton; however, Hersch said Fulton also wears large, retro-style sunglasses with the blue hat.


Officer Dickinson walked out of University Medical Center about 3:00 PM Wednesday on crutches.  He was shot through the left calf.  Next week he’ll return to the hospital to see if he needs surgery.


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