Horujko graduated from Fairfield High School in 2007, according to previous reporting by The Enquirer. President of the school's rocket club, he planned to major in engineering.Horujko, like many engineers, liked guns. He was a competitive shooter. But Horujco found he was not passionate about engineering. He liked police work better. He switched his major. From cincinnati.com:
Horujko, who listed himself as a "competitive shotgun shooter," trained to be a police officer at the Delaware Area Career Center. He worked as a security guard and then as an officer for OhioHealth hospitals in Columbus.He is extremely fit. He is an runner. From AP at policeone.com:
Horujko, 28, was placed on administrative leave Monday and the investigation turned over to Columbus police, consistent with protocol for police shootings. Horujko appears to be an avid runner, with several half-marathons under his belt, according to online race results.Smart, exceptionally fit, a firearms competitor. This puts officer Horujko into a very exclusive group of peace officers. Ohio University is fortunate that he was so close to the scene of the attack, and was able to respond so quickly.
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