Franklin County Sheriff's Department
Family members warned the sheriff's office that Deputy Jonathan Agee was on his way to kill his ex-wife, but the sheriff told his dispatcher not to issue a "be on the lookout" alert for Agee to other police departments. Shortly after that Agee killed Jennifer Agee and shot a state trooper.
Minutes after shooting and killing his estranged wife, a sheriff's deputy shot a Virginia State trooper, then was caught and shot by other troopers, police say.
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