Copley police officer Ben Campbell, who ended a deadly shooting spree in August 2011, was awarded the Congressional Badge of Bravery.
COPLEY TOWNSHIP, Ohio - The lone survivor of the Copley Township shooting spree was interviewed by detectives over the weekend, according to Copley Township Police Chief Mike Mier.
Rebecca Dieter, 49, remains at Akron City Hospital she was shot twice in the back by her boyfriend, Michael Hance, police said.
Her condition has not yet been released.
Hance shot and killed seven other people on the morning of Aug. 7, before being shot and killed by a police officer.
Chief Mier said the interview with Dieter inside the hospital did not point to a clear motive for the rampage.
The detectives, who interviewed Dieter, were out of town on Monday.
Mier said he plans to talk with the detectives on Tuesday to learn more about Dieter's conversation with them.
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