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Body camera captures Ramon Milanez chase

An Ada County Sheriff's deputy tried to pull over a motorist for expired registration just before 4 a.m. on Jan. 24, 2017, in Kuna. The vehicle sped away and during the pursuit, and after a couple minutes the deputy reported shots fired. He stops the high-speed pursuit and follows at a safer distance. The suspect who fired on the deputy was later identified as Ramon Milanez.
Provided by Idaho State Police