On Wednesday, December 30, 2009 at 7:20PM, Officer Martin Campbell, 5th District was shot, while off duty, on the 4400 block of Marshall Street. Officer Campbell is in surgery at Temple Hospital and is currently listed in Stable Condition.
1.12.2010 – Update – Officer Martin Campbell released from Temple Hospital this afternoon. Our Prayers are with him for a good period of recovery.
1.7.2010 – Update – Officer Campbell is recovering at Temple Hospital on the 8th Floor. There is no word at this time when he might be discharged. Thank you for all your thoughts and prayers.
1.5.2010 – Update – P/O Campbell is out of ICU, as previously reported and in a room on the 8th floor of Temple Hospital. Again keep him in your thoughts.
1.4.2010 – Temple Hospital later today will move Officer Campbell from ICU to a step down unit. He is awake and alert. The reward announcement for today was postponed to a date and time to be determined due to a scheduling conflict.
1.3.2010 – Reward Offered – John McNesby will announce tomorrow, Monday, January 4, 2010 at 2PM at FOP Headquarters that the FOP will be offering a ten thousand dollar ($10,000) reward for the arrest and charging (by Homicide) of the person or persons responsible for the wounding of Lodge 5 member P/O Martin Campbell, 5th District and the death of civilian Rasheen Allen in the same incident. The incident occurred on Wednesday, 12-30-2009 at 7:17PM in the 4400 Block of North Marshall Street.
1.3.2010 – Officer Condition Update – Officer Campbell is alert and aware, but still in the ICU of Temple Hospital. His period of recovery will be lengthy so please keep him in your thoughts.
1.1.2010 Update – Officer Campbell today (1-1-2010) had a surgical procedure to keep the wound to his leg clean. It was reported that he was to have the fracture site revised but that will happen later.Captain Cerrone has asked that visitors be kept to family only.It is the hope of the membership of the FOP that Officer Campbell gets well soon.We also would like to thank the staff of Temple Hospital for taking care of our brother officer.