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  • Inspector general reviews black man's death in October standoff with sheriff's deputies

    Nine months after Adriene Ludd was shot and killed in a confrontation with Sacramento sheriff’s deputies, the autopsy has been completed and the county’s inspector general says he is close to issuing a full report on the shooting, which has sparked several protests in the community.

Nine months after Adriene Ludd was shot and killed in a confrontation with Sacramento sheriff’s deputies, the autopsy has been completed and the county’s inspector general says he is close to issuing a full report on the shooting, which has sparked several protests in the community. Erasmo Martinez and Sam Stanton The Sacramento Bee
Nine months after Adriene Ludd was shot and killed in a confrontation with Sacramento sheriff’s deputies, the autopsy has been completed and the county’s inspector general says he is close to issuing a full report on the shooting, which has sparked several protests in the community. Erasmo Martinez and Sam Stanton The Sacramento Bee

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