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Alabama deputy hurt, man shot during arrest attempt

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CLEVELAND, Ala. (AP) — State police say an Alabama deputy was injured and a man was shot by officers as authorities attempted to arrest a suspect wanted for making threats. A statement from the Alabama Law Enforcement Agency says deputies from Etowah County, Blount County and an FBI agent attempted to arrest 40-year-old Stevie B. Holmes of Cleveland on a warrant for making a terrorist threat. Police say Holmes resisted and injured a Blount County deputy with a sharp object, and officers shot Holmes. The injured officer was treated at the scene and Holmes was taken to a hospital by helicopter ambulance. He was in stable condition.

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