Two Idaho Deputies Shot by Suspect
October 24, 2012
A Canyon County (Idaho) Sheriff's deputy is in serious condition Wednesday morning after an officer-involved shooting incident. A second officer was treated and released for minor injuries.
The suspect—wanted in connection with an earlier crime in Caldwell—fired at deputies near the 24000 block of Sheryl Lane, Sheriff's Office officials said in a prepared statement. One of the officers returned fire, but the suspect, 27-year-old Kyle Alan Batt of Caldwell, fled on foot.
Read the full Idaho Press-Tribune story.
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Tim @ 10/25/2012 3:37 AM
What they should do is execute this parasite very soon. Those that assault or shoot at police don't deserve a funeral and their body should be grinded up and used as a meat source to feed the rest of the maggots in jail.
coolhandluke @ 10/25/2012 9:24 AM
Why just police, why not any law abiding citizen of this great Country.
goldwing @ 10/25/2012 8:02 PM
I was thinking the same thing coolhandluke. A criminal is a criminal no matter the color of clothes the victim is wearing.
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