Dayton officer shot: Injuries ‘not survivable;’ organs to be donated

Chief Biehl: Det. Del Rio's injuries are not survivable

(UPDATE @ 9:37 p.m.): Dayton Police Detective Jorge Del Rio remains in grave condition but his injuries are "not survivable," Police Chief Richard Biehl said.

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“After a life of dedicated public service, Jorge will continue to give of himself to the greater community by being an organ donor upon his death,” Biehl said in an updated media release Wednesday afternoon.

Del Rio remains on advanced life-support at this time, Biehl said.

The police department will make a formal announcement once Del Rio passes.

Dayton City Commission members held a moment of reflection during their weekly meeting Wednesday in honor of Dayton Police Detective Jorge DelRio, who was shot Monday night while serving a drug-related DEA warrant. (Cory Frolik/Staff)
Dayton City Commission members held a moment of reflection during their weekly meeting Wednesday in honor of Dayton Police Detective Jorge DelRio, who was shot Monday night while serving a drug-related DEA warrant. (Cory Frolik/Staff)

Wednesday evening, at the weekly Dayton City Commission meeting, members held a moment of reflection in honor of Del Rio.

Del Rio was shot Monday night while executing a drug-related search warrant at a house on Ruskin Road in Dayton.

Four people have been arrested on charges connected to the initial drug bust and the shooting of Del Rio.

Nathan S. Goddard Jr., 39, is accused of firing the shots that critically injured Del Rio, according to police and federal investigators.

We’ll update this story as new details become available.