Manhunt Continues for 3rd Day After Deputy’s Killing

Authorities are continuing to search for John Williams, the man suspected of shooting and killing Maine sheriff's deputy Eugene Cole.

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Somerset County Sheriff's Deputy Eugene Cole was shot and killed in the line of duty early Wednesday morning.
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The suspect in Cole's killing, John Williams, has been the subject of a manhunt since the murder.
Crews from multiple law enforcement agencies have scoured for Williams in the days since Cole's shooting.
Police helicopters have also been involved in the search for Williams.
Maine State Police
Friday, authorities continued the search for Williams. Lt. Mark Brooks, commanding officer of Maine State Police Troop C of Skowhegan, gives fellow officers an update on the day's events with Lt. Col. John Cote and Somerset Sheriff Dale Lancaster in the background, among others.
Maine State Police
Some of the 200 officers from county, state, municipal and federal agencies at the briefing get their assignments.
Maine State Police
Lt. Brooks, Sheriff Lancaster, Lt. Col. Cote and Penobscot Sheriff Troy Morton at the command post inside the fire station.
Maine State Police
Officers from the state, county, municipal and federal ranks inside the command post.
Law enforcement officials have announced a $20,000 reward for information leading to Williams' arrest. They have also released photos of his tattoos for identification purposes. Williams is thought to be armed and extremely dangerous; if you see him, you should not approach him, but call 911 immediately.
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