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Man Identified Killed in Roseburg Police Shootout Caught on Camera

Man Identified Killed in Roseburg Police Shootout Caught on Camera

Kristopher Angel Haynes

Kristopher Angel Haynes Identified Killed in Roseburg Police Shootout Caught on Camera

PORTLAND, Oregon — Authorities identified a man killed last month in a shootout with officials in Roseburg.

On March 9, 25-year-old Kristopher Angel Haynes allegedly stole a car and led officials on a pursuit that ended in a gun battle on Grant Smith Road. Haynes was killed during the exchange of fire and his body was burned after the stolen car caught fire.

Haynes’ identity was confirmed by the State Medical Examiner’s Office through DNA comparison. Police said Haynes was a transient traveling from Eugene to California.

A grand jury in Douglas County found Oregon State Police troopers and Douglas County Sheriff deputies were justified in using deadly force.


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