MONTESANO, Wash. -- The Grays Harbor County deputy stabbed and shot at the courthouse last month, is back at work.
I'm amazed at how well I'm doing, physically and emotionally, said Deputy Polly Davin.
Davin is on light duty with the sheriff's office for likely the next month.
She has a scar on her face and arm from the March 9 attack, but expects to make a full recovery.
I'm the luckiest woman alive, seriously, Davin told KING 5 News.
Investigators say Steven Kravetz shot and stabbed the deputy and stabbed Judge Dave Edwards for no apparent reason. Both victims were released from the hospital hours after the attack.
Davin said the support from the public has helped her recover quickly.She's received messages from strangers and in all forms.
Phone calls, visits, flowers, cards, emails, Facebook posts, Facebook messages, text messages, said Davin.
The deputy said she never had second thoughts about returning to police work.
I'm at peace with what happened and just ready to move forward, said Davin.
Deputy Davin is the lead investigator in the Lindsey Baum case, she's the ten-year-old who vanished in 2009. The deputy says quitting would have meant abandoning that and other unsolved cases.