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Perry County jailer shot and killed by suspect during booking

Perry County Detention Officer Jeremiah Story, 21, of Oppelo (Conway County) died at a Conway hospital early Thursday after he was shot by an inmate who was in the process of being booked into jail. Arkansas State Police said in a statement Thursday afternoon that the incident occurred inside the...
PERRY COUNTY, AR
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UPDATED: Perry County detention officer dies in jail shooting

Perry County Detention Officer Jeremiah Story, 21, of Oppelo (Conway County) died at a Conway hospital early today after he was shot by an inmate who was in the process of being booked into jail. The incident occurred inside the county jail at Perryville about 10:20 PM, Wednesday (June 22nd).
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