This undated photo provided by Sumter County Sheriff's Office shows Dontrell Montese Carter. (Sumter County Sheriff's Office via AP)
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The U.S. Marshals Service said Patrick Carothers, deputy commander of the agency's Southeast Regional Fugitive Task Force, died after being shot twice as the officers entered the mobile home.The slain suspect was identified as Dontrell Montese Carter, 25 .The agency said Carothers and his team had tracked Carter to a mobile home just outside Ludowici, about 55 miles southwest of Savannah. Carothers was shot as they were entering the home.Carter ended up leading officers on a car chase, the sheriff's office said, and fired shots at the officers as he left his vehicle and escaped on foot.
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