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Utah Deputy Fatally Shot By Suspect, Manhunt Under Way

August 26, 2010  | 

A Kane County (Utah) Sheriff's deputy was shot and killed at the end of a foot pursuit Thursday evening by a suspect with a high-powered rifle round, Fox13 reports.

Law officers are now searching for Scott Curley, 23, who is alleged to have killed the deputy using a rifle with an attached scope.

The deputy, who has not been identified, followed Curley Kanal in south Kane County into Arizona near Fredonia. A manhunt now underway involves local Arizona and Utah deputies, as well as the U.S. Marshal's Service.

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Tags: Duty Deaths, Manhunts, Kane County (Utah) Sheriff


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