Wounded ISP Trooper Released From Hospital
It's been two months in the making and Tuesday was the day an Idaho State Police trooper got to leave a Boise hospital.
ISP Trooper Chris Glenn of Kimberly was shot in the neck by Adam Ted Mower of Twin Falls on December 20th.
Since then, the entire state has rallied around Glenn and his family.
In a Boise press conference, Glenn says he hopes to continue working for the ISP despite the fact he's now paralyzed from the chest down.
However, Glenn won't be able to come home to Kimberly for a while yet and he'll be staying in the Treasure Valley in the meantime.