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June 7, 2020

DAILYKENN.com --A male who appears to be Hispanic allegedly shot and killed a "Northern California sheriff’s deputy and injuries to two other law enforcement officers," according to foxnews.com.

The victim was identified as Sgt. Damon Gutzwiller, 38.

"The suspect, identified as Steven Carrillo, 38, was shot during his capture and was being treated at a hospital for non-life-threatening injuries, the sheriff added,"  foxnews.com reported.

According to wikiaboutworld.com, "On his Facebook page on May 31, Carillo reposted a meme that said, 'I’ll never let racist white people make me forget about the dope white people I know exist. I love y’all.' The post includes fist emojis of different skin tones, and both of the “whites” in the meme were crossed out. Carillo wrote, 'The only race that matters, the human race'."

From foxnews.com ▼

A call about a suspicious van led to an ambush Saturday that resulted in the death of a Northern California sheriff’s deputy and injuries to two other law enforcement officers, according to reports.

Sgt. Damon Gutzwiller, 38, was fatally shot during the confrontation in Ben Lomond, an unincorporated area, Santa Cruz County Sheriff Jim Hart said.

A second deputy was injured, and a third officer from the California Highway Patrol was shot in a hand, the sheriff said.

Gutzwiller was a married father of one child with a second child on the way, Hart told FOX 2 of the San Francisco Bay Area.

“Words cannot express the pain we feel for Damon and his family," Hart told the station. "Today, we lost a hero."

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