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(KSL News) A man shot by a West Valley Police officer is out of the hospital and in jail tonight.
Twenty-eight-year-old David Hamson faces multiple charges, the most serious being attempted criminal homicide.
Police say they followed the man driving a stolen car last week. He went into a parking lot, and at one point the officers thought Hamson was trying to run them down with his car.
Shots were fired and Hamson was airlifted to a hospital with serious injuries.