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N.C. Deputy Killed Serving Warrant with U.S. Marshals

June 10, 2011  | 

Nash County (N.C.) Sheriff's Investigator Warren "Sneak" Lewis was fatally shot late Thursday, while attempting to serve a homicide warrant as a member of the Eastern North Carolina Fugitive Task Force.

Lewis and other local and federal officers went to a West Lenoir Avenue house in Kinston, N.C. Five suspects were arrested at the home following the standoff.

The deputy was a nine-year veteran with the sheriff's office and had served on the task force for three years.

Source: The News & Observer

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