YORK COUNTY, S.C. — Welcome back, Sergeant Randy Clinton! 

The York County deputy has returned to work following a shooting that happened back in mid-January. According to a Facebook post from the sheriff's office, Clinton returned to work on Monday, nearly a year after the deadly ambush shooting. 

Clinton will be working light duty while he continues to recover from his injuries. 

The incident first began on the evening of January 15 when deputies responded to a domestic violence call shortly after 10 p.m. at 3042 Farrier Lane outside the city of York.

Officials said the suspect, McCall, was allegedly "actively assaulting a female at the home" when they received the 911 call. The first law enforcement officer arrived at 10:20 p.m. By that time, authorities said McCall had fled the home on foot, sparking a massive manhunt.

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York County officials revealed the identity of the wounded officers. They included Sergeant Randy Clinton, Sergeant Buddy Brown, Detective Mike Doty, and Officer Kyle Cummings.

Back in February, Officer Kyle Cumming returned to work, and back in May Sgt Buddy Brown returned to work.