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Officers involved in Fort Oglethorpe shootout honored

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Officers involved in the Fort Oglethorpe shooting on June 24 were recognized at the July 27 City Council meeting. Fort Oglethorpe police officer Mitchell Moore was wounded during the incident. Walker County deputy Terry Miller, far left, shot the suspect, John Coates. Council member Johnnie “Red” Smith, center, who was wounded in 1993 in a police shootout, and mayor Ronnie Cobb presented the plaques from the city. Other Fort Oglethorpe officers involved in shootings, but not pictured, are John McGrath, Richard Williams, Chris Clark, and police chief David Eubanks. The shooting McGrath was involved in occurred in October 1994. Williams and Clark were both involved in an incident at Wal-mart in 2005, and Eubanks’s shooting occurred in 1974, while he was with the Dalton Police Department. (Catoosa News/Heather Gentry)

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