Southwest Washington is mourning the loss of a Cowlitz County Sheriff’s Deputy who was shot and killed in the line of duty overnight Saturday (April 13).
Deputy Jacob Keltner was working with a U.S. Marshals Service fugitive task force to serve an arrest warrant on Floyd E. Brown, 39, at the Extended Stay America in Rockford, police said. As some members of the task force tried to get into Brown’s room about 9:15 a.m., authorities said, he shot at them through the door.
End of Watch. Clermont County Sheriff’s deputy killed and another injured, suspect in custody. Claremont County is a short drive from where I am now.
At 7 p.m., police were called to the On The Green at Royal Oak Apartments on St. Andrews Dr. for a mental well-being check. A male caller said that another male would not leave his apartment.
At 10:30 p.m., two Clermont County Sheriff’s deputies were struck. Police have confirmed that Detective Bill Brewer was killed. Lt. Nick DeRose was injured, treated and released from UC Medical Center.
End of Watch. RIP PO Samuel Jimenez
An officer died yesterday. I did not know him, but I’ve known hundreds, maybe a thousand like him. Clean uniform (mostly), shiny leather gear, insignia all in place, scuffed shoes from all the calls and alleys and stairs and vacant lots.
End of watch. Georgia police officer fatally shot near school.
A Georgia police officer has been killed after being shot while responding to a suspicious vehicle parked near a middle school.
He was rushed to a local hospital where he died.
End of watch. Flags lowered across NC to remember trooper killed on duty.
Conner stopped a white GMC pickup that was speeding on U.S. Highway 701 south of Whiteville. The truck pulled over near the intersection with Sellers Town Road, and when Conner approached the vehicle, someone inside fired multiple shots, hitting Conner in the face and the torso, authorities said.
There is a link to fund for his widow and two orphaned children at the story.
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.