Boston police officer shot in Dorchester, injuries non-life-threatening

A Boston police officer was shot Monday night in Dorchester and sustained non-life-threatening injuries, the Herald was told.

The report came in around 9:30 p.m. of shots fired on Esmond Street near Franklin Park. The Herald was told by a source that the officer may have been hit in the bullet-proof vest possibly saving him from serious injury.

He was quickly taken to Boston Medical Center and according to multiple reports a suspect is in custody.

Police were responding to a domestic call, according to media reports, and BMC is now surrounded by fellow BPD officers.

This is a developing story …

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