Published: Sat, February 10, 2018
Global News | By Stacy Ballard

3 officers reported shot in Locust Grove; suspect dead

3 officers reported shot in Locust Grove; suspect dead

He said officers had no motivation to accept when they arrived that the suspect would be savage, however it ended up noticeably clear that he wouldn't run with them readily.

The Locus Grove police officer died, and both of the deputies are at Atlanta Medical Center. He said the officer's wife was expecting their second child "any day now".

A police officer was killed and two deputies were genuinely injured in a shooting that additionally left a speculate dead south of Atlanta, experts said Friday.

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McBrayer said the two deputies had responded to the home around 10:53 serve a warrant on charges out of the Locust Grove municipal court for failure to appear.

"They notified radio and a Locust Grove city police officer came to be a backup for them", McBrayer said during a news briefing.

Sheriff Keith McBrayer told the newspaper that one deputy was in critical condition and the other was stable Friday afternoon. McBrayer wouldn't say who fired first or give other details about how it happened.

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The officer who is in fair condition was struck in his vest. Two have been flown to a local hospital and one was taken by ambulance.

The Georgia Bureau of Investigation identified the slain officer as Chase Maddox, 26, who worked for the Locust Grove Police Department since he was 22.

"It's quiet. I've never had any issues and I pray I don't have any, said Rodgers, who has lived there almost two years".

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