W.Va. trooper shot by suspect returns to work
ELKINS, W.Va. -- A West Virginia State Police trooper who was shot by a suspect is back on the job.
State Police told WBOY-TV that Cpl. Andrew Loudin is doing well.
Police continue to investigate the shooting and the suspect's death hours later in a shootout with other troopers.
State Police said 55-year-old William Dumire shot Loudin on May 3 as the trooper was investigating allegations of child sexual abuse. Loudin is a member of the crimes against children unit.
After Loudin was shot, State Police said Dumire carjacked a woman and forced her to drive him to the Kelly Mountain Lodge. He died in an exchange of gunfire after troopers found him a in culvert.