"One officer was killed and four others were wounded while responding to call early this morning at a vacant home in northeast Detroit occupied by a felon known for resisting arrest and carrying weapons.Officer Brian Huff, 42, a 12-year veteran of the force, was identified as the slain officer. The four wounded officers and one suspect were taken to St. John Hospital. The four officers and the suspect -- 25-year-old Jason Gibson of Detroit -- are expected to recover. Police Chief Warren Evans said this is the first time in six years that a DPD officer has been killed in the line of duty. It is the first time five officers have been shot in the same incident.""It's a tough time for all of us,"" said Evans. ""We're all kind of in a state of shock.""Officer Randy Randolph described Huff, who stood over 6-feet tall and weighed about 275 pounds, as a ""gentle giant,"" who was ""aggressive on the street"" and well-liked by colleagues. He came to St. John to give condolences to Huff's family.