NEW BOSTON, Texas – The suspect in the fatal shooting of a part-time northeast Texas sheriff's deputy has returned to Texas to face a capital murder charge.
Twenty-one-year-old Tucker Strickland is accused of shooting of Bowie County Sheriff's Deputy Sherri Jones. Bowie County District Attorney Jerry Rochelle says Strickland waived extradition in Ashdown, Ark., and was returned to Bowie County on Tuesday.
Rochelle says Strickland was booked into the Bi-State Justice Center in Texarkana, Texas, pending transfer to a Texas jail outside Bowie County to avoid apparent conflict with the Bowie County Sheriff's Office.
Strickland's accused of overpowering the 54-year-old deputy while being escorted from the Bowie County Courthouse in New Boston, grabbing her gun and shooting her dead Monday.
Bowie County is on the Texas-Arkansas border.
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