Sergeant David Craddock, the police officer that was shot 6 times in a heist by gunmen in May Pen Clarendon, is now back on the job after being off duty for over 18 months.
Giving a speech about what took place, Sergeant Craddock said that on the day of May 26, 2019, when he was injured his leg was badly dismantled and he had to be dragging himself from wall to wall to keep from being shot again, however after he received the last bullet below the spine he thought he was going to die.
The sergeant said it was at that time that SSP Lindsay pulled up and assisted him and the other officers, that were working together with the gunmen.
Now being back on the Job and looking stronger than ever, Sergeant Craddock was offered the opportunity to work in the office however, he happily declined to state that policing for him is done on the road.
Check out the report below.