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More details released in autopsy for gunman who shot and killed four officers in Charlotte

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July 09, 2024
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CHARLOTTE, N.C. (AP) — More details on the death of the Charlotte gunman who carried out the deadliest attack on law enforcement officers since 2016 were released in state autopsy and toxicology reports.

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