Deputy Savannah Packet in Robertson County was shot dead in a burning house


According to officials, Deputy Savannah Packet of the Roberts County Sheriff's Office was found dead in her burning house on Sunday. She was 22 years old.

According to officials, Deputy Savannah Packet of the Roberts County Sheriff’s Office was found dead in a burning house on Sunday. She was 22 years old.

Deputy Savannah Packet of the Robertson County Sheriff’s Office was found dead in a gunshot wound in a burning house on Sunday night. The sheriff’s office was sentenced to death on the scene of a 22-year-old boy, according to a news release.

Another lieutenant went to check the packet around 5 pm on Sunday, but she didn’t report the shift and found her house in flames on 5100 block on Highway 41 in Springfield. rice field. Due to the severity of the fire, the adjutant was unable to enter. When the firefighters arrived, they found a packet inside.

According to the release, she was a four-year military veteran. The Tennessee Department of Investigation has confirmed that it is investigating a fire and the death of a packet.

“I can’t put into words the sadness and sadness that the Savannah family and the family in her sheriff’s office are currently facing,” sheriff Michael Van Dyck said in the release. Keep Savannah, her family, and the sheriff’s office in your thoughts and prayers. “

It was not immediately clear whether a gunshot wound or fire caused the death of the packet. No other details were available as of Monday morning.

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This article was originally published in Nashville Tennessee: Savannah Packet: Burning Springfield’s house, lieutenant shot dead