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Over the police radio, officers heard Hartnett's frantic voice as he called for help: "Shots fired! I'm bleeding heavily." The first officers to arrive on the scene hurried Hartnett into a police car - "a scoop and run," said one officer on the scene - and rushed him to Penn Presbyterian Medical Center.
In March, Archer pleaded guilty to simple assault and carrying a gun without a license, and was sentenced to nine to 23 months in jail and two years' probation."We will see where the investigation leads us," said Philadelphia Police Commissioner Richard Ross, who is in his first week on the job.Meanwhile, police praised the bravery of the wounded officer, Jesse Hartnett, who was shot three times in an arm but still managed to pursue and wound Archer as he fled the scene of the shooting at 60th and Spruce Streets. I pledge my allegiance to the Islamic State, and that's why I did what I did," Archer told detectives, according to Homicide Capt. Investigators are still working to determine whether the 30-year-old Yeadon man had any ties to terrorist groups or whether he had acted alone.Archer's mother said Friday that her son had been "hearing voices in his head" and needed medical help.