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Deadly Gun Battle at Ohio Trailer Park

Officers from several law enforcement agencies exchanged fire with a suspect at a western Ohio trailer park on New Year's Day, after the suspect ambushed and fatally shot a Clark County Sheriff's deputy. Source: WDTN.

January 02, 2011

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Walter R. Abel @ 1/3/2011 12:08 PM

I am sorry for your Department's loss. Anytime we lose an Officer performing their duty for their Community it is tragic. There is no way anybody can fill those voids lost in our lives. May she rest in peace knowing whe was doing her duty and the Community never forget her dedicated service.

slobull @ 1/3/2011 7:12 PM

My heart is very heavy with grief for the loss of the young Deputy.

scpdblue @ 1/5/2011 5:42 AM

In this video you can see the Clark County deputy on the ground.She is in the blurred section on the left side of the silver trailer.It is blurred out of respect to the murdered deputy. May she rest in peace along with my LE partner who was shot and killed during a traffic stop 14 May 2007,I miss him very much.He was not only my partner, he was also my father-in-law.

craig russell @ 4/1/2011 5:02 PM

Apparently suspect sniped her--Great need for Ballistic Shielding in these situations...your dept won't provide I have very simple inexpensive solution.

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