Deputy Kyle Dinkheller Shot to Death During Routine Traffic Stop in Dublin, Georgia

Deputy Kyle Dinkheller Shot to Death During Routine Traffic Stop in Dublin, Georgia

The video from January 1998 is a dash cam recording of what started as a routine traffic stop but resulted in death of a deputy officer. Deputy Kyle Dinkheller pulled over a truck on a range road 6 miles north of Dublin, Laurens County, Georgia. The man who got out of truck acted weird so Deputy Kyle Dinkheller called in for back up. Before the backup could arrive, the man from the truck pulled out a 30 caliber rifle and went straight towards the officer firing live shots at him. Deputy Kyle Dinkheller returned fire and wounded the culprit by a shot in the abdomen, but sustained severe, life threatening shots that later claimed his life.

Suspect was apprehended the following morning and was sentenced to death in a trial a year later. He’s on death row waiting to be executed. Deputy Kyle Dinkheller was 22 year old when killed and was married to an expectant woman who gave birth to a boy in September of 1998. This was deputy’s second child. His daughter was 22 months old when he was shot.

It seem like the case of a nice police officer. He was not trigger happy and clearly didn’t want to shoot at the guy. Not even to wound him, never mind to kill him. He believed to the last second that guns don’t solve anything and paid for it with his life. You can hear from the video that the suspect was ordered to put the gun down several times. Men like this suspect truly don’t belong on the streets. When cops unload it into a suspect, it’s typically a case of being trigger happy, but in this case you wish the deputy was trigger happy rather than giving the suspect a chance to surrender.

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