Tennessee officials are investigating deputy's death after being found shot inside of her burning home when she didn't report to work

A Tennessee sheriff’s deputy was found shot inside her burning home Sunday after she didn’t show up for work, owerhede gesê.

The deputy was identified as 22-year-old Patrol Deputy Savanna Puckett, who had been with the Robertson County Sheriff’s Office for four years, a verklaring from the agency said.
After Puckett did not report to her assigned shift for roll call Sunday afternoon, a deputy went to her residence in the city of Springfield and found her home ablaze, lui die verklaring.
      The responding deputyattempted to make entry into the homebut wasunable due to the extent of the fire,” lui die verklaring.
        After the fire department arrived and entered the home, Puckett was found shot and pronounced dead at the scene, lui die verklaring.
          The Tennessee Bureau of Investigation has been asked to investigate, het die balju se kantoor gesê.
            Words cannot express the sadness and grief that Savanna’s family and her Sheriff’s Office family are facing right now,” Sheriff Michael Van Dyke said. “This is a tragedy that we are processing minute by minute. Please keep Savanna, haar gesin, and the Sheriff’s Office in your thoughts and prayers.
            Robertson County is located north of Nashville along the Tennessee-Kentucky border.

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