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Sheriff: Wounded Kansas deputy saved lives before dying


September 20, 2018

WICHITA, Kan. (AP) — A wounded Kansas sheriff's deputy managed to kill his attacker and likely saved the lives of two witnesses before he collapsed and died from a gunshot wound, according to a Kansas sheriff.

Sedgwick County Sheriff Jeff Easter said Tuesday he has no doubt that Deputy Robert Kunze "prevented loss of other life" when he shot 29-year-old Robert Greeson. Investigators say Greeson shot the deputy during a confrontation on a rural county road Sunday afternoon, The Wichita Eagle reported .

Kunze responded to a report about a man in a stolen black truck who was lurking around t...

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