Two men arrested after Florida-Georgia manhunt that left deputy critically injured

Two men have been arrested following a manhunt on Saturday that crossed from Florida into Georgia and left a deputy in critical condition, according to the Georgia Bureau of Investigation.

The GBI 说过 preliminary information indicated the deputy was shot during a pursuit that began in Seminole County, 佛罗里达, when a deputy tried to conduct a traffic stop for reckless driving on two men driving in a white pickup truck.
The men refused to stop and fired a weapon at officers pursuing them, who returned fire, the GBI said in a news release. The chase continued into Georgia, where Decatur County deputies joined the pursuit.
The suspects drove into the driveway of a home andattempted to gain entry shooting through the doorbut left after the homeowner returned fire, 根据发布.
    One of the suspects then shot a Decatur County deputy arriving at the scene, the GBI said. The deputy was taken to a local hospital for surgery and is in critical condition.
    The suspects fled in their truck, which they wreckeda short time later in a wooded area,” 发布说. A Georgia State Patrol helicopter and crew joined the manhunt following the wreck.
      One of the suspects, identified as Brad Phillips, 41, was taken into custody without further incident, the GBI said in the release. He’s been charged with aggravated assault on a peace officer.
      The GBI identified the second suspect as Troy Arthur Phillips. He has been arrested and is in police custody.