Friday, September 6, 2019

Deputy Fights for His Life

Madison County Sheriff Randy Tucker issued the following statement.

On behalf of the Madison County Sheriff’s Office, thank you very much for your prayers, thoughts, emails and offers to help in any way possible. We are so very proud to work in Madison County where we are supported neighborhood by neighborhood. Your support means a great deal to law enforcement and we are a grateful family.

As you know, yesterday was a tough day for the County, law enforcement, families and friends due to two of our deputies being shot? One deputy is still in critical condition following surgery late yesterday and the other deputy was treated and released yesterday.

Once again, thank you for your prayers--that is really what we can all do right now.

Kingfish note: Deputy Brad Sullivan remains in critical condition at UMC.

Board of the First Responders of Mississippi is raising money for Sullivan. Pledge support by texting the word “BRAD” to 601-956-2877.

The shooter was Edgar Egbert.  He and his wife divorced.  The divorce petition was filed in 2016.  His now ex-wife cited several reasons for filing the petition:

a.         habitual cruel and inhuman treatment;
b.         habitual and excessive use of opium, morphine, or other like drug;
c.         habitual drunkenness


Anonymous said...

This is so tragic. Prayers for the deputy who was shot, the other deputy who was injured and all others on the force. Glad the shooter is in custody.

Anonymous said...

Somebody needs to pull an Epstein.....

Anonymous said...

Anyone who is convicted of shooting an LEO should get automatic death penalty. Period.

Donate Here said...

You can donate to the First Responders of MS through the link behind my screen name, or here:

After opening the link, scroll down to "donate now," which will take you to PayPal. You can add "for Deputy Brad Sullivan" in the notes section.

I don't know Deputy Sullivan, but I know our donations will help his family. They need and deserve our support.

Anonymous said...

Anyone want to argue that a red flag law wouldn't be useful here? The wife might not have reported it, true, but if she had we wouldn't be looking at an officer in the ICU and a man being punished for something he'll probably both regret and sit in jail for, for many years.

Anonymous said...

So three years later and she still hasn't been granted a divorce. Something is wrong.

Anonymous said...

Not trying to speak for all gun owners, but as one for more than 50 years I would say that many would have no problem with red flag laws IF they were done in the correct way. For example a hearing before a judge in which the gun owner has a chance to put on a defense. Remember the right to own a gun is stated in the Constitution as strongly as is the right to free speech, religion, and the right to vote, and any rule allowing confiscation of guns must have a strong due process system other words law enforcement must have a court order before confiscating any firearms.

Anonymous said...

Possibly if it would help we as taxpayer should want officers in patrol cars with bullet proof glass. Instead of the many pointing fingers about training think about your souse, yourself, children or any family member waking up with no eye site, unable to walk and the many other disabilities that can come out of these situations. Now add alcohol and other addictions & health issues the public has come to say officers should be better trained. That is no excuse and a bypass of blaming the suspect who made a choice that day to leave Jesus ar home. With 911 fast approaching we should all donate to Lt. Sullivan’s fund as a thank you. Please post an address where we can mail donations too for those that don’t use PayPal. May God Bless each and every LEO & their families.

Anonymous said...

Smuggling is common in jails. Smuggle a piece of rope to this dude!

Anonymous said...

4:12 Yep. even in Madison County. Damn divorce courts here don't use common sense. Judges are in bed with certain lawyers.

Anonymous said...

@5:17 PM the address is in the link that I posted above:

Checks can always be made payable to First Responders of Mississippi and mailed to the following address:

1147 Hilda Drive
Jackson, MS 39213

Anonymous said...

Donations can also be made at any BankPlus branch to Brad. All you have to do is go in and tell them you want to donate to The Bradley Sullivan fund.

Anonymous said...

I just had to go through 7 different captcha screens to post about donating to Brad at BankPlus....that is rediculous

Anonymous said...

Why did the ClarionLedger remove their copy of the petition for divorce from their story? It was there, now removed. Seems odd.

Anonymous said...

Your i’am not a robot screens really suck!

Kingfish said...

I have nothing to with those. Google uses recapcha.

Anonymous said...

Their divorce was indeed granted. They are BOTH remarried to OTHER folks. Dud, hello. I might add, that does not even look like Regina’s signature. Yes, I have and know her signature very well. Just saying. Some people believe anything and everything they read in the press. How pathetic.

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