Tell city sergeant killed: Who is Sean Hubert? suspect shot and killed Police Officer Heather Glenn


Who is Sean Hubert? suspect shot and killed Police Officer Heather Glenn

A 20-year veteran police officer who was shot and killed early this morning in an exchange of gunfire with a suspect Sean Hubert at a southern Indiana hospital. She will be deeply missed by many in her community who come to know and love her.

With the Juvenile Police Academy, Glenn made a significant impact on the lives of many young children. She was a dedicated officer and this was a tremendous loss to all who knew her Please pray for her family during this time.

Read on to learn who is Sean Hubert, what happened to Officer Heather Glenn, and more information on this shooting.

Police Officer Heather Glenn passed away

Officials announced on Monday morning that a police officer and a suspect were killed in a midnight shooting at a hospital in southern Indiana.

Officers from the Perry County Memorial Hospital were called to a disturbance just before 1 a.m. on Monday by the Tell City, Cannelton, and Perry County sheriff’s offices.

Police announced during a press conference that a 34-year-old Tell City male and a sergeant with the Tell City Police Department, identified as Heather Glenn, were both shot during a gunfight.

According to officials, both of them passed away as a result of their wounds. According to investigators, Glenn had been employed in Tell City for about 20 years. On the Ohio River, Tell City is located around 2.5 hours southwest of Indianapolis.

Who is Sean Hubert?

Officers from the Tell City Police Department, Perry County Sheriff’s Office, and Campbellton Police Office responded to Perry County Memorial Hospital this morning at around 12:50 AM due to a disturbance.

When the officers arrived at the hospital, they ran across Sean Hubert, 34, of Tail City. Hubert and the other person got into a fight, and shots were fired.

Tell City Sergeant Heather Glenn and Hubert were hit in the shooting engagement. The suspect’s identity has not been released and it’s unclear what lead up to the shootout at this time.

Tell City Police Chief Derrick Lawalin said in a press conference.

“Our police department suffered a tremendous loss. We are extremely heartbroken. We’re confident that with the support of our community…we will get through this,”

Lawalin commended Sgt. Glenn and the other cops for their bravery.

“I’d like to recognize the courage displayed by all officers involved in this incident. I also0 recognize that we’ve lost a citizen in this incident as well, so our thoughts and prayers are not only with our sergeant but the other individual involved and his family.”

Police officers report that the hospital’s entire medical staff is currently off-duty. The only facility is an emergency room. The emergency room’s south door is where anyone with a medical emergency should go.

Condolences and memorials for Heather Glenn on social media

Protecting the Blue officially posted,

RIP. Indiana Sergeant Heather Glenn was murdered when she was shot and killed by a suspect causing a disturbance at Perry County Memorial Hospital. STOP SHOOTING MY POLICE OFFICERS!

Ethan Malone Glenn’s friend wrote a tribute,

Tell City lost one of its most valued members. Heather Glenn, is a daughter, and a sister to the community. A 20-year veteran of the Police Department. She would give the jacket off her back if it meant keeping another person warm and getting nothing in return. A friend of mine and my family for 15 years and to others more. There aren’t words to express the hole that has been left. We love you, Heather.

Lord Arnold said,

RIP Sgt Heather Glenn, you were a great friend in school & an amazing officer. So saddened to hear this news. You will be missed. So glad you got him too! You’re father Bobby was one of my favorite people growing up! Loved your family! This is a rough one!

Chandler Police Department – Indiana posted,

Our thoughts and prayers are with the family and co-workers of Sergeant Heather Glenn this morning.  Sergeant Glenn served her community well for 20 years and was the first full-time female police officer in the history of the Tell City Police Department. 

Our thoughts and prayers are with Tell City Police Sergeant Heather Glenn, her family, and the entire Tell City Police Department. This is a developing story. We will update you when more information is available.


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