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Michigan sheriff's deputy stable, suspect killed in shooting

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Posted at 11:51 AM, Mar 10, 2022

BROWN CITY, Mich. (AP) — Police say a man who shot a Michigan sheriff’s deputy serving a felony warrant was fatally shot by a second deputy.

Michigan State Police say 47-year-old Charles Raymond, of Imlay City, was pronounced dead at the scene in Brown City.

Preliminary findings indicate that a homeowner allowed Lapeer County deputies to check the premises Wednesday morning for Raymond, who was wanted on a felony criminal sexual conduct warrant.

Police say Raymond fired on the deputies from an outbuilding, striking one of them multiple times.

That deputy was taken to a local hospital and is stable, authorities said.

The second deputy, who returned fire and killed Raymond, was not hit by gunfire. However, police said the officer still received treatment at a local hospital for non-life-threatening injuries.