Braintree police officer shot at Motel 6

Police vehicles stationed at motel where officer was shot

Police vehicles stationed at motel where officer was shot

Authorities said Saturday that Braintree Officer Donald Delaney may have to undergo a second surgery to have a bullet moved from his head.

Four armed officers approached Room 113 to serve a warrant on 25-year-old Tizaya Robinson, who had been staying at the motel since Thursday.

Robinson, who police say fired at the officers through his hotel room door, suffered numerous gunshot wounds when the officers returned fire and was found early yesterday morning with what appeared to be a self-inflicted gunshot wound to the head.

Officers approached the room with caution as Robinson had active warrants out of Dorchester District Court for assault and battery, attempted kidnapping and threatening to commit a crime.

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Police say officers later entered the room and found Robinson dead.

Law enforcement personnel from Braintree, Quincy, the Massachusetts State Police, MBTA Transit police, and a regional SWAT team responded to the scene just after 9 p.m. Friday when the Braintree officer was shot.

"He's been with our department since 2010, he's been awarded two lifesaving awards with the department", said Braintree Police Lt. Michael Want.

Sullivan said the medical examiner's officer will complete an autopsy to determine the exact cause of death. "That's where are thoughts and prayers are and in the next coming days we will be addressing the issues with Motel 6", Sullivan said.

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