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Discussion in 'Cop Talk' started by Morris, Oct 23, 2011.
Just... damn. Prayers for both families involved.
"Deputy James D. Paugh, 47, was on his way home after being on duty and stopped when he saw a suspicious car...."
One of the comments in the article said," J.D. was on his way home off Skinner Mill rd after working a special at a local resturant, when he came across the domestic dispute. Being the fine Deputy he was, he stopped to investigate. Motocycle Deputies do not work at night on patrol, due to the inherient risks that come with riding at night, so he was not dispatched to the call. J.D. was a friend, and will be missed."
I found this on the web. Apparently it is the audio file of the radio traffic, involving the fallen officer.
Damn...Rest in Peace, Brother..
Just woke up and heard about this. RIP Brother
RIP, This punk fired 35 rounds at the officer fron a fairly close range with an M4 rifle, according to the news, the deputy did not stand a chance.....PLEASE BE CAREFUL...
Rest in peace JD.
Prayers for the Paugh family and the Richmond County S/O.
Rest in Peace brother.
Be safe guys, it's only gonna get worse.
Unconfirmed reports state that the soldier was drunk and firing at passing cars on the interstate before Deputy Paugh pulled up to see what was going on. This was around 1 am, so it's not yet known if the soldier even knew it was a cop he shot at. There was a girlfriend at the scene, so hopefully she'll help piece together details of what happened.
My sister knew him fairly well. He was a tough, dedicated, and well-respected deputy who had numerous titanium bones and plates from about 3 on-duty and 2 off-duty motorcycle wrecks over the years.