Crime South Carolina deputy killed in ‘incident’ during traffic stop

00:05  22 october  2020
00:05  22 october  2020 Source:   nydailynews.com

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A sheriff's deputy in South Carolina has died and two other deputies were hospitalized as a result of an incident during a traffic stop Tuesday on I-85, Greenville County The South Carolina Law Enforcement Division is working with the South Carolina Highway Patrol to investigate to the incident .

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A South Carolina sheriff’s deputy was killed Tuesday afternoon and four other people were hospitalized in a traffic stop gone wrong.

A deputy with the Greenville County Sheriff’s Office was enacting a traffic stop along I-85 around 3 p.m. Tuesday when “at least one of the occupants engaged deputies in a physical altercation and a struggle ensued,” according to the sheriff’s office.

During the struggle, the car began careening forward and collided with a tractor trailer.

Greenville investigators are still trying to piece together what happened, but another deputy’s patrol car then collided with the suspect’s.

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Officers say the incident happened Thursday morning while Deputy Chelsea Cockrell was directing traffic at Lugoff Elementary School. Deputies say witnesses believe the car that hit her was going about 40 miles an hour in a school zone. Officers say the driver did stop and admitted he was texting.

Three deputies and the two civilians, including the suspect, were all hospitalized, but Master Deputy Conley Jumper, a 27-year veteran of the force, was pronounced dead at the hospital.

a person posing for the camera: Master Deputy Conley Jumper © Provided by New York Daily News Master Deputy Conley Jumper

Master Deputy Conley Jumper died Tuesday.

The other four victims are expected to recover.

It’s unclear at what point Jumper got involved with the traffic stop or which police car he was in.

“Conley Jumper was a man of integrity and passion," Sheriff Hobart Lewis said in a statement.

“When I say passion, I mean the man was as dedicated to the job as they come. He was larger than life, both literally and figuratively. At over 6′4” he was a gentle giant who always wore a contagious smile."

Lewis said Jumper would be posthumously promoted to sergeant.

“Jumper was an officer who embodied the true essence of a public servant,” he said. "He had more certifications and instructed more classes than anyone can count and that’s because he always strived to be the best deputy he could be. He was a tireless worker and loving friend and he had a heart of gold. He will be missed dearly by everyone who had the pleasure of knowing him.”

Jumper is survived by his wife, Sarah, and his daughter, Kat.

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