By Mark Worth
The Charlotte Observer
ROBERTSON COUNTY, Tenn. — Suspicions aroused when a deputy didn’t present up for work led authorities to her physique inside a burning house, in response to the Robertson County Sheriff’s Workplace in Center Tennessee.
Patrol Deputy Savanna Puckett, 22, had been shot, officers stated in a information launch.
The invention was made round 5 p.m. Sunday, Jan. 23, after Puckett missed roll-call for her shift, officers stated.
“A deputy went to her residence on Freeway 41N in Springfield, TN to verify on her, and located her house engulfed in flames,” officers stated. Springfield is about 30 miles northwest of uptown Nashville.
“The deputy tried to make entry into the house, nevertheless, was unable as a result of extent of the hearth. The hearth division arrived and made entry into the residence the place they discovered Deputy Puckett shot, and (she) was pronounced useless on the scene.”
The investigation of her dying is being dealt with by the Tennessee Bureau of Investigation, officers stated.
Puckett had been with the division 4 years.
“Phrases can’t specific the unhappiness and grief that Savanna’s household and her Sheriff’s Workplace household are going through proper now,” Sheriff Michael Van Dyke stated within the launch.
“It is a tragedy that we’re processing minute by minute. Please hold Savanna, her household, and the Sheriff’s Workplace in your ideas and prayers.”
The Robertson Co. Sheriff’s Workplace is mourning the lack of Deputy Savanna Puckett. She was discovered shot within her burning house yesterday after she didn’t present up for her shift.
Extra particulars at 6:30 on @WSMV. pic.twitter.com/GzQBcN5WZG
— Alexandria Adams (@AlexandriaaTV) January 24, 2022
HAPPENING NOW: It seems the hearth has reignited at fallen Robertson Co. Deputy Savanna Puckett’s home. Puckett was discovered tragically shot to dying contained in the burning house final night time. @WKRN pic.twitter.com/szanvLrht0
— Elizabeth Lane (@elizabethlaneg) January 24, 2022
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