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Mississippi Deputy Killed in Single-Car Crash

December 16, 2014  | 

Around 2:00 a.m. today, George County, Miss., Deputy John Street, 24, was responding to a crash on Highway 57 North when his patrol car exited the road and struck a tree, reports the Accident Data Center.

According to ODMP.org, Deputy Street had served as a part-time deputy with the George County Sheriff's Office for four years and also served as a fulltime police officer with the Lucedale Police

It is not yet known what might have caused the car to leave the road. Deputy Street is survived by a wife and two children, ages four and four months.


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Sgt. Lamb @ 12/23/2014 4:22 PM

God bless you and you family.

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