CHARLOTTE, N.C. - The Charlotte-Mecklenburg police officer shot while trying to arrest a suspect was released from the hospital Monday morning.
Officer Shane Page was shot twice.
Page, who is a member of the Violent Criminal Apprehension Team, was shot by James Lewis during an arrest in Fort Mill last week, police said.
Page got a personal visit Monday from Gov. Pat McCrory, who said Page has worked on his security detail since he's become governor.
"I knew him and I knew his team," McCrory said. "And we're talking about next steps, any way we can help him."
Lewis is in jail in Mecklenburg County.
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