Former deputy suspected of killing 2 shot at hotel

Marvin Rice, a former sheriff's deputy, was pursued on the highway until shots were exchanged at a Mo. hotel


By Brennan David
Columbia Daily Tribune

JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. — A former Dent County sheriff's deputy who is suspected in a double homicide was shot in the lobby of the Capitol Plaza Hotel in Jefferson City on Saturday night.

Dent County Sheriff Rick Stallings said his office was notified at 6:30 p.m. Saturday of a double homicide in rural Dent County. Stallings said a witness reported two victims, a male and female, had been shot by 44-year-old Marvin Rice, a former Dent County sheriff's deputy.

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