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GREENWOOD, Ind. — A woman held hostage and shot in the head on Monday has died, according to Greenwood police.

Cecelia Babcock, 55, of Greenwood, was taken from the scene of the shooting to Methodist Hospital, where she was placed on life support.

She died of her injuries Monday evening.

Greenwood police are working with the Johnson County Prosecutor to charge the shooting suspect, Randy Sutt, with murder.

GREENWOOD, Ind. — A Greenwood man is in jail after shooting at police and holding a woman hostage Monday morning.

Greenwood Police say officers responded to a call for a person shot on Legacy Blvd. in the Homecoming Subdivision around 10:30 a.m.

When police arrived, 43-year-old Randy Sutt came outside and shots at officers. The officers fired shots in return, but Sutt went back inside the house. He then pointed the gun out of a window and shot at police again.

After a short standoff, police were able to get in contact with Sutt over the phone and were able to convince him to surrender.

Officers then went inside the house and found a 55-year-old woman suffering from a gunshot wound to the head. She was taken to Methodist Hospital, where she is in critical condition.

Sutt was arrested and taken to the Johnson County Jail. He faces Attempted Murder and Criminal Recklessness charges.