Louisiana deputy dies after motorcycle chase
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SEREPTA, La. (BIKER DAD)–A Louisiana deputy dies after a motorcycle chase. But, there was no crash. How he died exactly is still a mystery. According to reports, Webster Parish Sheriffs Office Deputy Trey Copeland was working part time for Cotton Valley Police. He assisted in the chase of a motorcycle.
Shortly after the chase ended Copeland became ill and was rushed to a hospital. He died shortly after an ambulance took him there.
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It’s still unclear what happened to cause him to get ill and die so quickly.
It all happened around 6:30 Tuesday evening. Johnny Jenkins, of Cotton Valley was arrested after the chase.