Update: Officers' and Subject's Names Released in Burlington Shooting
November 14, 2019
BURLINGTON, Iowa -- The Iowa Division of Criminal Investigation has conducted the interviews of the law enforcement officers involved in the November 7, 2019, shooting which occurred in the 1100 block of Agency, Burlington, IA. Law enforcement officers were dispatched to the area following reports of a male who was armed with a shotgun. The Burlington Police Department and Des Moines County Sheriff's Office searched the area and upon arrival, the Des Moines County Sheriff and Deputies made contact with Stone Thomas Graham (18 years old) who immediately fired the shotgun at officers. The Deputies returned fire at Graham who sustained one gunshot wound to the leg and continued to flee the scene. Graham was later taken into custody without incident and was transported to the Great River Medical Center for medical treatment. The two deputies were:
Des Moines County Deputy Dilan Beaird
Des Moines County Sergeant Kevin Glendening
The deputies are cooperating with the investigation. The Des Moines County Attorney referred the review of the investigation to the Attorney General’s Office. The investigation continues and once completed, the findings will be submitted to the Iowa Attorney General’s Office for review. No additional information will be released at this time.
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