BOISE, Idaho (KBOI) - The Canyon County Sheriff's Office says a deputy seriously injured by a shooting earlier this week is expected to be released from the hospital.
One deputy was treated and released at a hospital while the other was listed in serious condition after getting shot twice in the arm. The Canyon County Sheriff's Office told KBOI-TV that the deputy is expected to be released Saturday.
"The prognosis is better than good," said Sheriff Chris Smith. "It's amazing."
The deputy will be escorted by a police motorcade from St. Alphonsus to Nampa High School for his son's football game.
Law enforcement officers from Canyon County, Ada County, Boise, Meridian, Nampa, Caldwell and Idaho State Police are expected to participate in the motorcade as a show of support for their fellow officer.
Batt, who has not been charged, is still in serious condition at St. Alphonsus. Deputies say when confronted, he attempted to shoot himself.