Police in Georgia arrested two women in connection to the deadly capturing of a police officer who was ambushed and killed throughout his first shift on the job, authorities stated. 

Officer Dylan Harrison, 26, was shot exterior the Alamo police station in Georgia final Saturday, in accordance to police. Damien Anthony Ferguson, 43, was arrested the next day for the “ambush-style attack” and homicide.  

Police arrested Ferguson’s sister, 45-year-old Charlotte Ferguson, on Tuesday and charged her with hindering the apprehension or punishment of a legal, Fox 5 reported. Police additionally charged 24-year-old Asia Kinney with terroristic threats and acts, after she reportedly made threatening social media posts associated to the investigation into Harrison’s loss of life. 

FAMILY MOURNS GEORGIA OFFICER KILLED ON FIRST DAY WITH LOCAL POLICE FORCE: ‘IT’S UNIMAGINABLE’

Harrison had approached a automobile in a Circle Okay comfort retailer parking zone final Friday after observing a site visitors violation. The driver refused to establish himself and reportedly pushed Harrison. The officer responded by utilizing his Taser and taking the person to a neighborhood jail. 

Police consider Harrison’s loss of life was in retaliation for his arrest of the unidentified driver. 

GEORGIA POLICE OFFICER SHOT DEAD FIRST DAY WITH FORCE, ARMED SUSPECT ON THE LOOSE

“It is believed that the ambush-style attack on Officer Harrison was retaliation for the incident and arrest of the man,” the Georgia Bureau of Investigation stated. 

Damien Ferguson  was charged with killing Dylan Harrison ( Laurens County Sheriff’s Office and TELFAIR COUNTY SHERIFF)
(Laurens County Sheriff’s Office and TELFAIR COUNTY SHERIFF)

Ferguson was taken into custody on Sunday by a SWAT group and a division of the U.S. Marshals Service following a manhunt. He has been charged with biasmotivated intimidation of first responders and homicide. He was additionally charged with aggravated stalking associated to a earlier home incident.

Harrison had taken a part-time job with the Alamo Police Department after already working as a full-time Oconee County Drug Taskforce agent since 2018. He took the second police job in order to lower your expenses for a home for his household, in accordance to an interview with Harrison’s brother on “Fox & Friends” Monday morning. 

He leaves behind a spouse and a 6-month-old child. A GoFundMe has been established to assist the household following their loss. 

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“His life was taken from him for simply doing his job,” she added.