He is considered armed and unsafe.
Ian McCarthy, 39, of Clinton.
McCarthy is accused of killing Officer Gary Michael, 37, who died from a gunshot wound after a traffic stop turned violent around 10:45 p.m. Sunday.
The patrol says Officer Michael had stopped a vehicle while on patrol. In July 2015, he was charged with illegal firearm possession, although the court records do not show if he received a sentence for that charge.
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Michael tried to return fire, but it was unknown if the driver was hit. The suspect reportedly fled in the Nitro, which was found two blocks away. Lowe says Michael was "heroic right to the end".
Michael had only been on the force for one year.
The highway patrol identified and released a photo of a man they said is a person of interest in the shooting: 39-year-old Ian McCarthy of Clinton.
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Video from an Everyday Convenience Store shows Mr. McCarthy driving his auto into the store parking lot shortly before Officer Michael was killed, the sergeant wrote.
Michael was shot during a traffic stop in Clinton.
"We're not sure if any of those rounds struck the suspect, but Officer Michael was fatally wounded", Lowe said. It was not clear if the driver was shot or injured in the crash. Authorities believe he is on foot and still in the Clinton area, 75 miles (120 kilometers) southeast of Kansas City. Sgt. Bill Lowe of the Missouri Highway Patrol told Fox News that McCarthy then fled on foot.
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