Park Forest officer wounded in shootout moved to rehab center

A 24-year-old Park Forest police officer who was wounded in a shootout nearly three weeks ago has been released from Advocate Christ Medical Center and moved to a rehabilitation center.
Officer Timothy Jones was critically wounded in the shooting on March 19 while trying to take a suspect into custody in the south suburb.
According to a statement issued Wednesday by Park Forest police, he has been released from the intensive care unit of Advocate Christ Medical Center in Oak Lawn and taken to a rehabilitation center at an undisclosed location.
“Officer Jones is not on life support, and his condition has stabilized to

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Park Forest officer wounded in shootout moved to rehab center

A 24-year-old Park Forest police officer who was wounded in a shootout nearly three weeks ago has been released from Advocate Christ Medical Center and moved to a rehabilitation center.
Officer Timothy Jones was critically wounded in the shooting on March 19 while trying to take a suspect into custody in the south suburb.
According to a statement issued Wednesday by Park Forest police, he has been released from the intensive care unit of Advocate Christ Medical Center in Oak Lawn and taken to a rehabilitation center at an undisclosed location.
“Officer Jones is not on life support, and his condition has stabilized to

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