California sheriff's deputy shot to death while on the job
ALTURAS, Calif. - Authorities in Northern California say a deputy killed while responding to a call about a disturbance Wednesday had just joined the force last year.
The Modoc County Sheriff's Office says Deputy Jack Hopkins, who was 31 years old, was shot to death on a county road near the Oregon border, and the suspect is in custody.
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