UPDATE: McCracken deputies involved in November shooting cleared by grand jury

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PADUCAH, Ky. (WTVQ) A case was presented Friday to the McCracken County Grand Jury regarding an officer involved shooting in November 2017.

KSP says the case involved Detective Kyle Seratt, and Detective Ryan Norman, of the McCracken County Sheriff’s Department in which Thomas Myers, Sr. was shot.

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Investigators say after months of investigation, the case was presented and the Grand Jury voted a no true bill.  They Grand Jury did not find sufficient evidence that a criminal act occurred from either deputy.

LONE OAK, Ky. (WTVQ) – A suspect was shot by a sheriff’s detective Friday afternoon while being served with a felony arrest warrant in McCracken County, according to State Police.

According to the KSP preliminary investigation, detectives from the McCracken County Sheriff’s Department made contact with a woman at a home in the 200 block of North Concord Avenue in Lone Oak while looking to serve a felony arrest warrant on 31-year old Thomas Myers, of Paducah.

State Police say the woman led them to Myers in the home, and that he was armed with a weapon.  Investigators say one of the detectives shot Myers.  He was taken to an area hospital where he was listed in stable condition, according State Police.

The detective’s name wasn’t immediately released.

The KSP Critical Incident Response Team is part of the ongoing investigation.



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