NORRIDGEWOCK, Maine (AP) — The search for a man accused of killing a sheriff’s deputy came to an end Saturday, the fourth day of an intense manhunt in the woods of central Maine. The state’s Department of Public Safety said 29-year-old John Williams was in custody but provided no details of the arrest. A state police spokesman declined to say whether Williams had been apprehended or had turned himself in. Williams was wanted in the fatal shooting of Cpl. Eugene Cole early Wednesday after the two had an encounter on a darkened road in Norridgewock. Officials said the 29-year-old Madison man also stole Cole’s cruiser and robbed a convenience store.
Yet cops are still murdering blacks.