Name Released Of Scott County Deputy Involved In Shooting

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Updated: 4/29/2013 11:37 pm
The name has been released of the Scott County deputy involved in a shooting over the weekend.

His name is Grayson 'Mark' Isaacs.

The sheriff's office said it all started when a man--Ronald Davis, of Berea--shot a woman at a BP station, then led police on a two-county chase that ended in Scott County.

The sheriff's office said when Davis pointed a gun at deputies, Isaacs shot and killed him.

As of this writing, the woman who was shot at the gas station is in serious condition at UK Hospital.

State police said they're investigating the shooting, which is standard in cases like this.

Scott County's sheriff said he believes the shooting was justified.

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