Wednesday, May 01, 2013

Virginia State Police Now Investigating Two Deputy Shootings
Virginia State Police are now investigating two shootings. Sheriff Deputies in southwest Virginia are involved in both of the separate shootings and one was a fatality. State police say 60-year-old Gary Dean Carty of Clintwood died after being shot by a Dickenson County deputy who was responding to an assault report. Carty pulled a knife and charged the officer who then shot him. He died after being flown to a Bristol hospital. 34-year-old Randy Lee Anders was also taken to Bristol Regional Medical Center after he was shot as two deputies tried to arrest him for a probation violation. He failed to appear in court and officers say they fired at him after he aimed a handgun at them. At last report Anders was still being treated in the intensive care unit. (bg)

Monday, November 30, 2015

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