The two Chandler police officers who were shot in the line of duty last week are recovering at home. Thirty-four-year-old Officer Joshua Pueblo and 28-year-old Officer Daniel Colwell were shot multiple time in an ambush-style attack by a trespasser at Walmart.  Pueblo, who was shot in the face, was released from the hospital after a critical surgery that saved his life.  Colwell was released from the

hospital several days ago.  Several officers, friends and family were lined up at the hospital exit to see Pueblo off and gave he a round of applause.  Chandler Police Chief Sean Duggan spoke to the crowd of well wishers at the hospital noting the officers immense bravery and courage.  Pueblo went home in style in a luxury limousine and police escort.  Anyone interested in donated to the officers, an account has been set up at all Wells Fargo banks in the name of Officer Colwell and Officer Pueblo.

Kris Dugan