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Illinois Deputy Assigned US Marshal's Working Group Firmly Shot During Service, Officials said

March 7, 2019 US 0 Views Police are investigating a shooting at a hotel in Illinois. An assistant part of a US Marshals workgroup died on Thursday after being handled by an "armed and dangerous" man in a hotel in Illinois, police said. Illinois State Police Trooper Sean Ramsey provided the update on the Deputy, streamed on Facebook by the WMBD. "Unfortunately, we were only told that the McHenry County Deputy has passed away from his injuries," Ramsey said. Floyd E. Brown, 39, already wishing for multiple warrants, claimed he opened fire at law enforcement officials who had descended on an Extended Stay America in Rockford at 9:1 5 am on Thursday. Brown, who believed to have a rifle, was on I-55 between Bloomington and Springfield. Officials said they were negotiating with Brown after he crashed his vehicle and barred himself. Brown shot a woman in his hotel room before he jumped out of the window, police said. The suspect remains in his car and a perimeter has been established, Ramsey said. The authorities "are trying to negotiate their exit from that vehicle and take him in custody safely," he said. "We are kindly set," Ramsey told reporters and added that suspects have not engaged in any Communications except to open and close their car door several times. Floyd E. Brown, 39, is accused of firing an officer who was part of a fleeting task force.(Rockford Police Department) MICHIGAN ARSON CASE GETS SECOND COLLECTION WITH ALLEGED SMOLLETT HATE CRIME HOAX…

An assistant part of a US Marshals workgroup died on Thursday after being handled by an “armed and dangerous” man in a hotel in Illinois, police said.

Illinois State Police Trooper Sean Ramsey provided the update on the Deputy, streamed on Facebook by the WMBD.

“Unfortunately, we were only told that the McHenry County Deputy has passed away from his injuries,” Ramsey said.

Floyd E. Brown, 39, already wishing for multiple warrants, claimed he opened fire at law enforcement officials who had descended on an Extended Stay America in Rockford at 9:1

5 am on Thursday.

Brown, who believed to have a rifle, was on I-55 between Bloomington and Springfield. Officials said they were negotiating with Brown after he crashed his vehicle and barred himself.

Brown shot a woman in his hotel room before he jumped out of the window, police said.

The suspect remains in his car and a perimeter has been established, Ramsey said. The authorities “are trying to negotiate their exit from that vehicle and take him in custody safely,” he said.

“We are kindly set,” Ramsey told reporters and added that suspects have not engaged in any Communications except to open and close their car door several times.

Floyd E. Brown, 39, is accused of firing an officer who was part of a fleeting task force.
(Rockford Police Department)

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Substitute name was not released.

The woman shot inside the room was taken to the hospital and treated for her injuries.

Brown wanted to subscribe for warrants from several Illinois counties and was on parole at the time of shooting. He was released from prison in January for good behavior.

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The area of ​​law enforcement vehicles is gathered near the stage of a shooting in Rockford, Ill., Thursday.
(AP)

Fox News & # 39; Ruth Ravve contributed to this report.

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