HENRICO, Va. – A Virginia police officer has been indicted in a shooting that injured a passenger in a car he was checking on.
Online court records show a grand jury returned the indictment against Henrico Officer Joel Greenway on Wednesday. He is charged with malicious wounding, shooting into an occupied vehicle and use of a firearm in the commission of a felony.
Police say that on Dec. 15, Greenway walked up to a car, the car sped off and hit him, and he fired at the vehicle.
Authorities say a passenger was found injured when the car was located later.
A phone number listed for Greenway rang unanswered on Friday, and court records do not list a lawyer for him.