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SEPT 2021 Blues Vol 37 No. 9

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  • Mexico border
  • War at the border
  • Jaeson jones
  • Aftermath
  • Warstories
  • Remembering 911
  • Covid deaths
  • Police news
  • Blues news
  • Law enforcement
  • Blues
  • Covid
  • Recruit
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SEPT 2021 Blues Vol 37 No. 9 Features • Remembering Those We Lost - 13 Brave U.S. Soldiers in Kabul - First Responders on 9/11 - Blues Co-Founder Nat Gutierrez - Officers Lost to COVID • 9/11 Attacks Shape Today’s FBI • Jaeson Jones: Battle at the Border Departments • Publisher’s Thoughts: Part I & II • Editor’s Thoughts • Guest Editorial - Samantha Horwitz • Your Letters • News Around the Country • Warstories & Aftermath • Light Bulb Award: Judge Abigail Anastasio • Open Road: Paint Protection for your new car • Hundreds of NEW JOB LISTINGS

A Clay County deputy was

A Clay County deputy was shot during a traffic stop but was saved by his ballistic vest. Suspect who shot Texas deputy arrested after manhunt. By Domingo Ramirez Jr. Fort Worth Star-Telegram FORT WORTH, Texas — An Arlington man accused in the shooting of a deputy with the Clay County Sheriff’s Office was arrested Wednesday morning after a brief foot chase in Arlington, the Clay County sheriff said. In a Facebook Live video, Clay County Sheriff Jeff Lyde identified the suspect as Joshua Lee Green. At about 10 a.m. Wednesday, Green, 31, was located at an Arlington hotel in the 4000 block of Scots Legacy Drive, where SWAT team and local police, who are members of the U.S. Marshals North Texas Fugitive Task Force, arrived with a warrant, according to Arlington police. Green ran across Interstate 20 before he was taken into custody, Lyde said in the Facebook post Wednesday morning. The shooting occurred shortly after 7:30 p.m. Monday near Jolly, Texas, in Clay County. Jolly is about 10 miles southeast of Wichita Falls. Deputy Breanton Chitwood had stopped a Cadillac for speeding, the sheriff said, and he approached the window. Lyde noted that the license plate did not match the car. As the deputy approached the window, Green shot him, but the deputy was saved by his bulletproof vest, the sheriff said. Chitwood managed to return fire, damaging the car, the sheriff said. The deputy was treated and released from a North Texas hospital. A Blue Alert was issued Monday night by the Texas Department of Public Safety for the then unknown gunman and the vehicle, a white Cadillac sedan. The alert was discontinued after the car was found in Wichita Falls and investigators didn’t have a detailed description or identity of the suspect. The investigation led to authorities identifying Green as the suspect Tuesday night. He faces a charge of aggravated assault on a peace officer. He was in custody Wednesday at the Arlington Jail with bond set at 0,000 and will be returned to Clay County. HOMES FOR HEROES PLATINUM KEY REALTY'S GIVING BACK PROGRAM The fine men and women who serve and teach in our community will receive 15% of earned commissions back at closing. APPOINTMENT SEARCH OR SELL CLOSE! Make an appointment to discuss all your buying or selling needs. Have our experts assist you with a seamless transaction of buying or selling.. The final step in executing your transaction. Receive 15% commissions back! Clients choose us! We are number one in this business and we have been chosen by a lot of heroes needing our help to buy and/or sell. Give us a chance to help you too! Diane: 832-392-0757 26 The BLUES POLICE MAGAZINE The BLUES POLICE MAGAZINE 27

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