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Somerset constable charged with shooting an FBI agent

By Bill Estep, Lexington Herald-Leader

Federal authorities have charged a Kentucky constable with shooting an FBI special agent who was trying to arrest him for alleged corruption. The criminal complaint filed Thursday charges Gary E. Baldock with aggravated assault on a federal law enforcement official and firing a gun in relation to a crime of violence.

Baldock is a constable in Pulaski County. He and a second constable in the county, Michael "Wally" Wallace, were indicted by a federal grand jury on a charge of violating the civil rights of people through improper searches and seizures of property.

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