Paul Butterfield, Michigan State Trooper, Dies After Being Shot During Traffic Stop
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Paul Butterfield, a Michigan State Police trooper, was shot during a traffic stop in Mason County near Ludington on Monday evening. When a citizen found him four minutes later he was already dead.
Michigan police have two suspects in custody, reported WXYZ.
Leon Hendrix reported that Butterfield was in his 40s and engaged to be married.
Also Butterfield, affectionately known as “Butter-Bean,” “”absolutely loved being a State Trooper,” a friend told Hendrix.
— Leon Hendrix (@LeonHendrix) September 10, 2013
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