Police blocked road access to Jorden's home in an isolated area of private Lake View homes near the Lake Erie shore. SWAT team members in camouflage arrived in unmarked SUVs. A helicopter flew over the house then left.
Earlier, a SWAT team was called in to search a building on the hospital grounds. As of Wednesday afternoon, that search had ended but police were still collecting evidence at the hospital.
Police Commissioner Daniel Derenda said the morning shooting wasn't a random act. Police searched the building adjacent to the hospital's main building for the shooter more than four hours after the victim was gunned down inside.
Jorden, (pictured L) 49, a former Army Special Forces soldier and medic who became licensed to practice medicine in New York in 2002, treats patients at the medical center and other major hospitals in the area. He has a medical degree from the University at Buffalo and trained at the Madigan Army Medical Center in Tacoma, Wash.
The person spoke on condition of anonymity because the investigation is continuing.
(WBEN) When Hamburg police arrived at Dr. Jorden's home Wednesday evening they probably didn't expect to find an officer, already there.
The Buffalo News reports police encountered an off-duty Buffalo officer leaving the home. Martin Motley lll, on sick leave the past three-years, was found with Doctor Jorden's Rolex watch, $5,000 and a firearm.
Motley is in custody as police investigate the doctor as a person of interest in the ECMC shooting.