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CrimeSheriff: Homicide suspect shoots self dead during police pursuit

22:37  09 july  2019
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A man shot himself dead during a police pursuit in Butler County Monday night, officials said.

Authorities said he is believed to be a suspect in a homicide earlier that evening, and are calling the incident an apparent murder suicide.

Mathew Ferris was pronounced dead Monday night following a police pursuit, according to officials with the Butler County Sheriff's Office.

Authorities said they believe Ferris shot and killed a man around 7 p.m. in the 900 block of Millville Avenue in Hamilton.

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Before dying in police pursuit , suspect shot , killed at random during ‘reign of terror’. Police believe that shooting was random and was meant to distract law enforcement from Garcia’s next Police are also investigating Garcia’s connection to a homicide that happened around the same time in Lindsay.

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Authorities said Ferris fled from the home in a vehicle. Officials said the vehicle description was broadcast to authorities across the county.

According to officials with the Sheriff's Office, Deputy Mike Gibson spotted a vehicle matching the description, activated his emergency lights and followed the vehicle.

Police said the vehicle refused to stop and a high-speed chase followed. That chase eventually came to an end in the 1400 block of Boyle Road, police said.

"Deputy Gibson approached the suspect vehicle, (and) he observed the suspect raise what he believed to be a weapon andheard a gunshot," officials with the Sheriff's Office said in a press release.

Ferris was pronounced dead at the scene.

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