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Shasta County Authorities Release Details of CHP Shooting


REDDING, Calif. (AP) — Authorities have released more information about a shooting involving California Highway Patrol officers and a man police say was a wanted felon who led the officers on a high-speed chase in rural Shasta County. Sheriff's Detective Sergeant Steve Grashoff says the trouble started when a CHP officer tried to pull over a pickup truck driven by 49-year-old William Kinyon in rural Cottonwood around 10 a.m. Tuesday. Grashoff says Kinyon led the officer on a chase, with gunfire being exchanged between between Kinyon and the officer. During the pursuit, Kinyon slowed the pickup truck down and two women riding in the vehicle jumped out. Authorities say when Kinyon later jumped out, shots were exchanged between him, the first officer and a second CHP officer who had arrived to help out. Kinyon was hospitalized after being hit by gunfire. His condition was not known.

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