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Sheriff’s deputy, 1 other killed in north Arkansas shooting

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LITTLE ROCK, Ark. (AP) — Authorities say two people, including a sheriff’s deputy, were killed Thursday in a shooting in rural northern Arkansas.

Arkansas State Police spokesman Bill Sadler said Stone County Sheriff’s deputy Sergeant Mike Stephen, 56, was killed as he was responding to a call in Leslie when a suspect opened fire. Leslie is about 77 miles (124 kilometers) north of Little Rock. 

Sadler said Stephen arrived around 8:40 a.m. at a house in response to a domestic welfare check call, shortly before other deputies arrived. As Stephen approached the house, he began talking with a woman outside, while a man was inside. Then, Sadler said, “gunfire erupted.” He did not say who shot first, what guns were involved or how many shots were fired.

Both Stephen and a male suspect were killed. The woman was taken to a local hospital with what are believed to be non-life threatening injuries.

Sadler said agents with the Arkansas State Police Criminal Investigations division are investigating the shooting.

Stone County Chief Deputy Zachary Alexander said Stephen was a 20-year veteran of law enforcement, as well as a U.S. army veteran and the chief of the Pineville Fire Department.

Alexander said Stephen was an “extraordinary leader” who always wanted to be first on the scene.

“We’re all proud to know him and our prayers go out with his family,” Alexander said.

Gov. Asa Hutchinson called Stephen’s death “heartbreaking” and a “somber reminder that our law-enforcement officers risk their lives every day to protect ours.”

Hutchinson has ordered the Arkansas flag to be flown at half-staff through Stephen’s internment.

https://www.yahoo.com/news/sheriffs-deputy-1-other-killed-162533587.html

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5 Responses to Sheriff’s deputy, 1 other killed in north Arkansas shooting

  1. Katie says:

    “Stephen’s death “heartbreaking” and a “somber reminder that our law-enforcement officers risk their lives every day to protect ours.”

    You said it right governor, they’re there to protect that criminal corporation of which you’re part of and making some good bucks betraying us. They are on the streets to keep what you think is your property in line, that would be us.

  2. Sunfire says:

    “Gov. Asa Hutchinson called Stephen’s death ‘heartbreaking’ and a ‘somber reminder that our law-enforcement officers risk their lives every day to protect ours.’”

    I’ve never considered illegal gestapo thugs collecting mammon for their corporate masters “protecting us”, nor do their deeds of torturing and killing people meet that definition either.

  3. c walker says:

    one down a million more to go

  4. # 1 NWO Hatr says:

    “As Stephen approached the house, he began talking with a woman outside, while a man was inside. Then, Sadler said, “gunfire erupted.” He did not say who shot first, what guns were involved or how many shots were fired.”

    My mammon’s on the man inside firing first.

    Damn shame he didn’t survive that round to be able to smoke more Enemy-Force-in-Occupation enforcers when they showed up to collect the remains of the first dead scumbag.

    That aside, here’s more pig perversion – it appears that even the Far North is full of nothing but criminals as well…

    https://thefreethoughtproject.com/domestic-violence-arrests-police-department/

  5. # 1 NWO Hatr says:

    This needs to happen at least 100 times a day before we start making any REAL progress.

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