The Randolph County Coroner has released autopsy results on two dead sheriff deputies. Coroner John Gibbs says both victims died from gunshot wounds to the head but says there was slew of shots fired. Deputy Jason Acton took just one of the bullets. He died of a head wound. Deputy Leon Egley also died from a bullet to the head but suffered multiple other gunshot wounds. Gibbs refused to say exactly how many times Egley had been shot. The prosecutor has charged two people with killing the deputies during a failed jailbreak.
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