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Man Involved In Officer's Pursuit Death Surrenders

August 16, 2010  | 

The suspect involved in the pursuit that involved the death of Cowden (Ill.) PD's Officer Jeremy Hubbard has surrendered to authorities, the St. Louis Post-Dispatch reports.

Andrew Michael Davenport, 31, of St. Louis, turned himself in at a police station in Maryland on Friday. He was sought by Illinois authorities on a felony charge of aggravated fleeing.

Read the full story at StlToday.com.

Tags: Duty Deaths, Pursuing Suspects


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