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Columbus Police Chief Ricky Boren has confirmed another officer involved shooting, this one at the intersection of Holly Avenue and 41st Street early Friday morning. The suspect has a non life-threatening injury, Boren said, and has been transported to Midtown Medical Center in Columbus. Mike Haskey The Ledger-Enquirer

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