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Deputies Identified in Yuba County Shooting

The Yuba County Sheriff’s Department has released the names of the deputies involved in the fatal shooting of a suspect earlier this week near Oregon House. Phillip Bronson, a 14-year deputy with the department, and 10-year veteran Andrew Everhart were both shot and wounded during an exchange of gunfire with 33 year-old Mark Anthony Sanchez. Sanchez was killed. Crime Analyst Leslie Carbah says it was a third deputy, 22-year veteran Daniel Harris, who pulled the two injured deputies to safety…

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Bronson and Everhart reportedly confronted Sanchez in an open area near a Rastafarian Church on Marysville Road Tuesday morning, a brief foot-pursuit led up a hill into a residence where the shots were fired. Harris did not discharge his weapon, but Carbah says he is a hero for going into harm’s way to pull his brothers out…

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Harris could be back to work over the weekend. Bronson and Everhart have been upgraded to “good” condition at Sutter Roseville Hospital. Bronson has been moved from Intensive Care to a private room.



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