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July 23, 2015 -- The individual suspected of murdering 25-year-old Megan Doto last September was shot dead by a police officer this week.

News reports say Devon Guisherd, 26, was fatally shot when he resisted a SWAT team and arresting detectives attempting to arrest him.

The death was reported July 22, 2015 in Northeast Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.

According to the New York Daily News...

Megan Doto, 26, was 8 months pregnant and an innocent bystander when someone sprayed 12 bullets a block away in broad daylight in the city's Frankford section. No suspect has been apprehended, and the child died overnight after an emergency C-section.
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A Philadelphia police officer is lucky to be alive after being shot while attempting to arrest a man wanted in the killing of a pregnant woman last year. The officer, however, managed to fire back, killing the suspect.

It happened at 6:10 a.m. Wednesday at an apartment complex in the 800 block of Riverside Drive in Northeast Philadelphia.

The police SWAT unit and homicide detectives had gone there to arrest 26-year-old Devon Guisherd, for the death of 25-year-old Megan Doto last September

They broke through the door of his second floor apartment, and they say Guishard tried to run.

In a press conference Wednesday morning, Police Commissioner Charles Ramsey explained, "He took off running, the officer was behind. He spun firing a round, striking the officer in the stomach with a .45 caliber weapon. The officer returned fire striking the suspect."

Guishard died a short time after he was shot.

The injured officer was wearing a bullet proof vest and was taken to Aria Health/Torresdale with severe bruising, but later released.

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