Autopsy Released In Case Of Greene Co. Deputy Killed

An autopsy released today says a Greene County deputy was hit six times by gunfire last summer.

Deputy Jon-Michael Willis was killed after he responded to a domestic violence call on July 28th. Authorities say the gunman, Daniel Myers, killed himself after shooting Willis.

Among items turned over to the SBI that were in Willis' possession was a blue "Allen Pearson" rubber bracelet. Pearson was a Lenoir County detective killed in a shootout a year earlier.

The autopsy for Myers says the 22-year-old man had significant alcohol in his blood. He died from a single gunshot wound to the head. The report says the autopsy confirmed the contact nature of the wound to his head.

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