Authorities have identified a sheriff's deputy shot and killed while responding to a home invasion as a Navy veteran and father of three young boys.
The suspect is in custody for unrelated warrants and detectives are in the process of upgrading his booking charges to first-degree murder. He is scheduled to be arraigned at 1:30 p.m. Thursday. She waited in a nearby parking lot, and when the woman heard police sirens, she left the scene, according to Pierce County Sheriff's spokesman Ed Troyer.
The department says McCartney was responding to a home invasion in the Frederickson area, about 15 miles southeast of Tacoma, late Sunday night when he was shot during a foot chase. He was transported to Saint Joseph Medical Center in Tacoma, where he died.
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The Pierce County Sheriff's Office confirmed McCartney's death Monday morning.
One suspect was found dead at the scene and another is on the loose and being sought by authorities. He was later identified as Henry Carden, 35.
He was booked into the jail Monday morning on outstanding felony warrants out of Shelton, Troyer said.
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A state trooper in the area spotted Pawul, who gave a false name when approached, Troyer said. Two weapons also were found at the scene, Troyer said. Police are actively looking for another man who ran from the scene and is believed to be armed and unsafe.
They say it appears the suspect may have partially disrobed as he fled.
John Hopperstad, meanwhile, has three young sons - just as Dep. McCartney did.
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He was a Navy veteran who previously worked for the Hoquiam Police Department for six years. Sabrina Jones brought her four kids to the memorial so the family could pay their respects. "He loved being a dad, but he loved being a cop and he was really good at it". Donations can be taken at any Tapco Credit Union.