Carson City deputy killed in the line of duty identified as Carl Howell a 9-year-veteran of the Carson City Sheriff’s Office

Nevada State Personnel WATCH

The Carson City Sheriff’s Office deputy killed early Saturday while responding to a domestic violence call has been identified as Carl Howell, a 9-year-veteran of the Carson City Sheriff’s Office. He leaves behind a wife and four children.

Carson City sheriff’s deputies responded to the report of a physical domestic disturbance between a male and female in the 4100 block of Montez Drive in East Carson City.

As deputies arrived at the scene, they met with the female who had visible injuries as a result of a fight. While speaking with the woman, the suspect, Jonathan Pope, 30, came out of the residence and opened fire on Howell, according to a news release from the Reno Police Department Robbery and Homicide Division, which is investigating.

After being struck by bullets from Pope’s gun, Deputy Howell was able to return…

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