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Ga. Deputy Killed In Crash

December 19, 2011  | 

Screenshot: AJC
Screenshot: AJC

Butts County (Ga.) Sheriff Deputy Ronnie Eugene Smith was killed while responding to a call late Saturday, reports the Atlanta Journal-Constitution.

Deputy Smith, 49, was en route to a report of a fight when his car went off Biles Road near Four Points Road and hit two trees at about 10:30 p.m.

Smith, who's been with the Sheriff's department four years, died at the scene.


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Rose Smith-Eakins @ 12/19/2011 6:32 PM

My entire Smith family hearts are saddened, but Officer Ronnie Smith is in heaven with our Lord and Savour Jesus Christ. He was a great father, husband, son, brother, and cousin. He died in the line of duty but i believe he loved his job. he will truly be missed by all who knew him and loved him. Rest in Peace my sweet cousin.

L.Bell @ 12/25/2011 5:42 PM

our prayers are with deputy smith and his family.may you rest in peace brother....

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