Digital Brief: June 3, 2021 (PM)

Ukee Washington reports.

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UKEE WASHINGTON: I'm Ukee Washington with your evening digital news brief for Thursday, June 3, 2021. The gunman who fired on three Wilmington police officers has died. He's identified as 31-year-old Bernard Goodwyn. He was found with a self-inflicted gunshot wound after a 12-hour standoff.

Police say Goodwyn opened fire on three officers responding to a domestic dispute call at an apartment late last night. One officer has been released from the hospital. Two others remain in stable condition. No one else was hurt.

New Jersey State Police are looking for 29-year-old Jordan Ragland of Atlantic City. He's wanted for various drug, weapon, and money laundering offenses. Detectives say Ragland was receiving shipments of methamphetamines through the mail. Detectives also tell us he also laundered $107,000 worth of suspicious money, some of it at casinos. If you have information on Ragland's whereabouts, please contact state police.

Xfinity Live is hiring. The company is holding a job fair. At its South Philadelphia sports complex, it's interviewing for 150 full- and part-time positions. That includes cooks, bartenders, managers, and many other jobs. The company says on-the-spot job offers will also be made. The Xfinity Live job fair runs until 9 o'clock tonight.

Sofitel in Rittenhouse Square is celebrating Pride Month. Today, the hotel unveiled its Pride LGBTQ Hall of Flags exhibit. They are prominently displayed inside the hotel on 17th Street. Sofitel also announced it's holding a pride drag tea every Saturday this month. Watch all of our Pride Month coverage by visiting CBSPhilly.com/Pride.

Remember, you can always get the latest on these stories and more here at CBSPhilly.com. That is the latest for the evening digital brief. I'm Ukee Washington.

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