Officer Terrence Carraway

End of watch. What We Know About SC Officer Terrence Carraway, Who Was Killed During Ambush.

A 30-year police veteran was killed and six of his comrades wounded when a man opened fire from inside his home on deputies who came to serve a search warrant, authorities said. The shooting continued for hours as the man barricaded himself inside with children, firing from a distance at officers who came to help.

The slain officer, Terrence Carraway, 52, of Darlington, had just been honored for his 30 years of service with the Florence Police Department.

Previous posting from last night at this link.

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Sacramento County Sheriff’s Deputy Mark Stasyuk

End of Watch. Deputy Mark Stasyuk Killed In Rancho Cordova Shooting.

The shooting happened at around 1:40 p.m. on Monday at the Pep Boys on the 10,000 block of Folsom Boulevard. The responding officers were immediately fired upon according to investigators as they responded to a disturbance at the business.

Stasyuk was struck in the upper body. The other officer, Julie Robertson, was shot in the arm.

Officer Michael Michalski

End of Watch. 17-year Milwaukee police veteran shot dead: ‘Words cannot describe the sorrow and anger I feel’

While trying to arrest a subject wanted for drugs and gun violations…

A 17-year veteran of the Milwaukee Police Department who was “loved by everyone” was shot dead in the line of duty Wednesday, leaving behind a wife and three sons, police said.

Officer Amy Caprio

End of Watch Baltimore County Police Officer Amy Caprio K | WBAL Radio 1090 AM

For whatever reason (my guess to notify next of kin first) they had not released her name on Tuesday when I looked into it.

Officer Amy Caprio responded at around 2 p.m. [Monday] to a call for a suspicious vehicle on Linwen Way. She was critically injured and was taken to MedStar Franklin Square Medical Center, where she died around 2:50 p.m

Four suspects are in custody and facing murder charges.

Deputy William Gentry

End of Watch Cop responded to a dispute about a cat. He was fatally shot in the head, police say.

Deputy William Gentry, of the Highland County Sheriff’s Office, died Monday, May 7, 2018. He was on the force 9 years. He was the “first Highlands County deputy to be killed in the line of duty as a result of a crime.”

A homeowner in a Lake Placid, Florida, neighborhood had called 911 to complain that a neighbor shot her cat Sunday evening. Gentry arrived with a deputy-in-training to speak to the cat’s owner, then ventured over to the neighbor’s front door by himself to confront the man who allegedly killed the cat with a pellet gun.

That’s when police say 69-year-old Joseph Edward Ables pulled out a gun and shot Gentry in the head.