TN police officer had been on force just over year

SUNDAY UPDATE:  Authorities say a Memphis police officer who was fatally shot Sunday had been on the force for slightly more than a year, and he had a fiancee who is four months pregnant.
    
Memphis Police Director Toney Armstrong told reporters that 31-year-old Terence Olridge joined the department in September 2014.
    
Relatives of the officer could be seen crying outside Regional Medical Center. Armstrong says Olridge died at the hospital after being shot multiple times at a home in a neighborhood of single-family residences in the suburb of Cordova.
    
A man is in custody in relation to the shooting, but he has not been charged.  Armstrong said the investigation is ongoing and that "details are sketchy."
    
Olridge is the fourth Memphis police officer to be fatally shot in slightly more than four years.

ORIGINAL STORY:  Authorities say an off-duty Memphis police officer is dead after being shot multiple times.
    
Memphis Police Director Toney Armstrong said 31-year-old Terence Olridge was taken to a local hospital on Sunday where he later died.
    
Armstrong said officers got a call around 1 p.m. about a shooting at a home in the Memphis suburb of Cordova. He said a male suspect is in custody, but didn’t say whether the person has been charged.
    
Armstrong said the investigation is ongoing and that "details are sketchy."
    
Olridge is the fourth Memphis police officer to be fatally shot in slightly more than four years.

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