MACON, Ga. (AP) — Authorities in central Georgia say an off-duty sheriff’s deputy died Wednesday morning in a crash in his cruiser.
News outlets report 27-year-old Bibb County Deputy Kenterrous Taylor was killed in the single-vehicle crash in Macon.
The sheriff’s office says Taylor was responding to a burglary in progress when he lost control of his cruiser.
The vehicle hit a wall and then flipped.
Taylor was thrown from the cruiser and pronounced dead at the scene.
The sheriff says Taylor was off-duty but when the call came in, Taylor responded.
The investigation into what caused the crash is ongoing.