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Officer, suspect die in traffic stop shootout l ABC News


Two other California Highway Patrol officers were struck by bullets, and two civilians received minor injuries in the shootout, police said.

What started as a routine traffic stop outside Oklahoma City escalated when the 65-year-old woman at the wheel refused to sign an $80 ticket for having a broken tail light. Debra Hamil tells the officer in an exchange captured on bodycam footage she didn't want to sign. The cop asks her to step out of the car and tells her she is under arrest. Inside Edition spoke to security expert and former police officer Steve Kardian about the incident.
The embattled financier, accused of sex trafficking, died by suicide in his Manhattan jail cell less than 24 hours after 2,000 pages of new court documents and police reports were made public.
The suspect initially entered a Walmart in El Paso, Texas, unarmed and then returned armed and ready to open fire, killing at least 22 people, officials said.

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Amanda Eller was found alive in a forest after more than two weeks with only minor injuries.

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