People take part in a prayer vigil Sunday evening at Buchanan High School for Toamalama Scanlan, one of two Fresno County sheriff’s correctional officers critically wounded in a shooting in the county jail lobby the day before.
People take part in a prayer vigil Sunday evening at Buchanan High School for Toamalama Scanlan, one of two Fresno County sheriff’s correctional officers critically wounded in a shooting in the county jail lobby the day before. CRESENCIO RODRIGUEZ-DELGADO cdelgado@fresnobee.com
People take part in a prayer vigil Sunday evening at Buchanan High School for Toamalama Scanlan, one of two Fresno County sheriff’s correctional officers critically wounded in a shooting in the county jail lobby the day before. CRESENCIO RODRIGUEZ-DELGADO cdelgado@fresnobee.com

Community holding strong for officer wounded in jailhouse shooting

September 04, 2016 10:06 PM

UPDATED September 06, 2016 02:00 PM

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