Minnesota Authorities Identify Deputy Who Killed Suspect
LAKEVILLE (AP) -- Authorities have identified the deputy who shot and killed a man who allegedly opened fire on officers in Lakeville.
Sgt. Scott Dundall of the Dakota County Sheriff's Office has been placed on standard administrative leave, according to a release by the Minnesota Bureau of Criminal Apprehension. He has been with the sheriff's office for 22 years.
Thirty-six-year-old Kent Kruger died of multiple gunshot wounds in the Friday confrontation at a Lakeville residence.
Officials say Dakota County deputies and Lakeville police were serving an emergency order for protection on Kruger, who was wanted on a warrant for assaulting a peace officer.