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Second Rapid City Officer Involved In Gunfight Dies

August 08, 2011  | 


Photo: Rapid City PD.

A second Rapid City (S.D.) Police Department officer involved in a gunfight that claimed one of his colleagues has succumbed to gunshot wounds from the encounter.

Officer Nick Armstrong, 27, died five days after Officer James Ryan McCandless, 28. Officer Armstrong, a two-year officer, died Sunday. Officer Tim Doyle was shot in the face and is recovering.

Officer Armstrong was patrolling on bicycle when he was shot, reports Denise DePaolo of KSFY.

Source: KSFY

Related: S.D. Cop Killed In Afternoon Gunfight at Intersection


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TIMOTHY J. REYNOLDS @ 8/11/2011 7:18 PM

SUCH A SENSELESS WASTE OF LIFE FOR DEDICATED INDIVIDUALS THAT ARE FIGHTING THE WAR ON TERROR HERE IN THIS COUNTRY.

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