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Search Result: Carter County (Tenn.) Sheriff

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Video: Tennessee Deputy Shot in Face with AK-47

December 18, 2015
The man accused of shooting at Carter County, TN, deputies Wednesday night and wounding a rookie deputy used an AK-47 assault rifle before running to a cave behind the home.

Man Opens Fire on Tennessee Sheriff and Deputies, Wounds 2

December 17, 2015
A man accused of opening fire on the Carter County, TN, sheriff and three deputies, wounding two, in Stoney Creek Wednesday night has been charged with attempted first-degree murder.

Tenn. Man Backs Over Deputy

March 1, 2013
A Johnson City man was arrested Thursday afternoon after he ran over a Carter County (Tenn.) Sheriff's deputy with his car, prompting a police chase from Carter County to Washington County, police said.
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