Interview Opportunity with
Blue Lives Matter
with Spokesperson Lt. Randy Sutton
"One Police Sergeant has been murdered and one Police Officer is dead from a traffic collision while responding to the murder. It is almost incomprehensible, the loss that law enforcement suffered today. The brutal murder of a Police Sergeant in Orlando, Fla. who was gunned down by a career criminal in a parking lot and the death of a Orange County Deputy who was killed when a car turned in front of his police motorcycle as he rushed to the scene of the murder".
Authorities have been searching for Loyd since Dec. 13, when they say he killed Sade Dixon, 24, a mother of two who was three months pregnant when she was fatally shot.
Loyd has an extensive criminal record. He was released from federal prison on cocaine charges in 2014 and his arrest record in Orange County dates back to 1994.
"This suspect should not have been released from prison."
Schedule Interview with Blue Lives Spokesperson:
LT. RANDY SUTTON
Police contend Loyd has been on the run for the past month for another crime and was seen leaving the scene near the Walmart Monday morning where the officer was shot. He reportedly fired at an Orange County Sheriff's deputy and escaped after carjacking a vehicle.
Several schools in Orlando are currently on lock down.
Blue Lives Matter encourages anyone who has information about Markeith Loyd’s whereabouts is asked to call 1-800-423-TIPS.
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Hero Down: What We Know About Murdered Hero Sergeant Debra Clayton
ORLANDO, Fla., January 10, 2017 | TruthPR.com | – Orlando Police Department Master Sgt. Debra Clayton, and an Orange County Deputy Sheriff, whose name has not yet been released, were killed Monday, January 9, 2017, in separate but related incidents.
According to FoxNews US, the suspect, Markeith Loyd, had been a fugitive since December 13, 2016, when he shot and killed Sade Dixon, age 24, who was pregnant, after she broke up with him. During the same incident, Loyd shot and critically wounded her brother, Ronald Stewart.
Master Sgt. Debra Clayton was putting bags in the trunk of her vehicle in the Walmart shopping lot around 7:40 AM this morning when a shopper approached her. The shopper told her that Loyd, who was wanted by the Orange County Sheriff’s Office for Sade Dixon’s Murder and Ronald Stewart’s Assault, was inside the Walmart in the checkout line. Master Sgt. Clayton walked toward the Walmart as Loyd came out of the store. Read more.