Injured Boise officer returns home

BOISE - After two months at a rehabilitation hospital in Colorado, Boise Police Cpl. Kevin Holtry is set to return home on Wednesday.

The Boise Police Department announced Holtry's return in a news release Tuesday, saying that the injured officer "has made great progress and is ready to continue his recovery back home in Idaho."

A hero's welcome: Injured Boise officer returns home

On Nov. 11, Holtry was shot multiple times while searching for a wanted suspect on the Boise Bench. The shooting left him paralyzed from the waist down, and his left leg was amputated above the knee.

MORE: 'I can't wait': Paralyzed Boise officer ready to begin new life

Holtry is expected to arrive at the Boise Airport at around 5:40 p.m. Wednesday.

We will be there to bring you his homecoming live on KTVB Channel 7, KTVB.COM and the KTVB app.

DONATE: GoFundMe account for Cpl. Holtry

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