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Summerville, accused Deputy shooter, indicted on new charges

Chris Summerville. Photo Source: Smith County Jail. Chris Summerville. Photo Source: Smith County Jail.
Deputy Josh Caulkins. Photo Source: Facebook. Deputy Josh Caulkins. Photo Source: Facebook.

SMITH COUNTY, TX (KLTV) - The man accused of shooting a Smith County Deputy in Tyler earlier this year has been indicted on other, separate charges.

Chris Summerville is now indicted for Aggravated Robbery in connection with a March 21 robbery, along with failing to register as a sex offender.

Late in the night on March 23, Federal Marshals and Smith County authorities approached the Arbors apartments in south Tyler to serve a federal warrant.

Upon entering the apartment where the suspect was believed to be, authorities say Summerville opened fire with a 22 pistol, hitting Deputy Josh Caulkins, in the chest.

Caulkins was wearing a bullet-proof vest.

Two others were also arrested. The renter of the apartment, Kara Adams-Hanley and Jeffrey Andrysiak were each charged with engaging in organized criminal activity and manufacture delivery of a controlled substance.

Details on Summerville's latest indictments are still coming in. More information will be posted as it becomes available.


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