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  • Deputy's Nicholas Kehagias describes his primal fear during struggle

    In an interview in April, Deputy Nicholas Kehagias describes the terror he felt before he shot and killed John Livingston after a struggle last November. Investigators weighed competing witness descriptions about what happened that night but failed to test the forensic evidence that could have validated or contradicted Kehagias' explanation of that night.

In an interview in April, Deputy Nicholas Kehagias describes the terror he felt before he shot and killed John Livingston after a struggle last November. Investigators weighed competing witness descriptions about what happened that night but failed to test the forensic evidence that could have validated or contradicted Kehagias' explanation of that night. Travis Long tlong@newsobserver.com
In an interview in April, Deputy Nicholas Kehagias describes the terror he felt before he shot and killed John Livingston after a struggle last November. Investigators weighed competing witness descriptions about what happened that night but failed to test the forensic evidence that could have validated or contradicted Kehagias' explanation of that night. Travis Long tlong@newsobserver.com

Sheriffs’ commission allows Kehagias to retain certification

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