By The Associated Press
SHALIMAR, Fla. (AP) — The latest developments in a sharpened of a Florida Panhandle emissary (all times local):
Authorities contend a Florida Panhandle sheriff’s emissary and a think are passed following a sharpened outward a lawyer’s bureau and a deadlock during a circuitously hotel.
Okaloosa Sheriff Larry Ashley pronounced during a news discussion Tuesday that Deputy Bill Myers and a suspect, 33-year-old Joel Dixon Smith, had died.
Myers had met Smith during a Shalimar law bureau progressing in a day. Officials contend Smith was ostensible to obey his firearms following a domestic assault injunction, though Smith instead shot Myers and fled to a hotel where he had been staying.
The sheriff’s bureau says Smith was fatally bleeding while exchanging gunfire with deputies during a standoff.
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