A New York state trooper who was wounded when a man fired a gun in Deposit has been released from the hospital.

Authorities say Trooper Ryan Thorp left Wilson Medical Center in Johnson City Wednesday.

Thorp was in a wheelchair as he exited the hospital and was met by several other state troopers along Baldwin Street. After a few seconds, he got out of the wheelchair and walked down the sidewalk to greet his colleagues.

Thorp sustained arm injuries when he was shot on Sunrise Terrace around 9 p.m. June 23.

44-year-old Scott Mawhiney of Deposit has been charged with attempted murder in connection with the attack on Thorp.

Trooper Ryan Thorp outside Wilson Medical Center on June 30, 2021. (Photo: New York State Police)


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