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Man Wanted in Killing of N.C. Sheriff's Deputy Found Dead

September 25, 2008  | 

Searchers found the body of Skip Brinkley on his 35-acre farm in rural Caldwell County about 3:30 p.m. Wednesday – at the same time mourners were holding a funeral service for the deputy, Adam William Klutz, in another part of the county.

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Tags: Duty Deaths, Cop Killers


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ROB ROY @ 9/25/2008 8:40 PM

Well he saved the tax payers alot of money, and more importantly the family the grief of a trial. I'am sure he's got his own special little corner of hell.....

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