Multiple Agencies Join Manhunt for Suspect Accused of Killing Officer ‘In Cold Blood’ — Big Cash Reward Offered

Multiple federal, state and local law enforcement agencies have joined a manhunt for a suspect police say killed a sheriff’s deputy last week during a traffic stop.
A reward for the man, who police say also shot another deputy during the stop, is now worth $100,000 for anyone who can help catch the alleged killer.
Blount County Sheriff’s Office Deputies Greg McGowan and Shelby Eggers pulled over 42-year-old Kenneth Dehart during a routine traffic stop last Thursday in the community of Maryville, WTVF reported.

According to police, Dehart was uncooperative and was ultimately tased. Somehow, the Blount County Sheriff’s Office said, he managed to gain possession of a firearm, and he shot both deputies.
McGowan died of his injuries at the age of 43.

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