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Deputy Kyle Davis was remembered for his professionalism and good humor
Duty Death: Kyle Davis - [Washington County, Oklahoma]
End of Service: 03/25/2021
Mar 28, 2021
By Daisy Creager
Bartlesville Examiner-Enterprise, Okla.

WASHINGTON COUNTY, Okla. —The Washington County Sheriff's Office is asking for prayers for the family of Deputy Kyle Davis, who died Thursday on the job.
Davis was injured in an altercation with an individual, whose [BLACK] name has not been released, who was aggressive while being booked into the Washington County Detention Center. The deputy was transported to Jane Phillips Medical Center, where resuscitation efforts failed.

Corporal Kyle Davis. (Officer Down Memorial Page) Davis joined WCSO as a jailer and dispatcher in 2008. He was promoted to deputy sheriff in 2010, working as a field deputy and, later, transporting inmates between the Detention Center and courthouse. His final role was supervisor of the Detention Center day shift.
He was married with two children.
Friends and family of the 13-year WCSO veteran organized a candlelight vigil in his honor Friday at Copan High School.
"I think the main driver behind (the vigil) is just an opportunity for family, friends, coworkers to gather and support one another, comfort one another as so many of us are navigating through uncharted waters," said WCSO Undersheriff Jon Copeland. "Having been with the Sheriff's Office 25 years, not in my tenure have we had an in-the-line-of-duty death."
Copeland said the suspect in the altercation has been transferred to a detention facility in a different county pending the Oklahoma State Bureau of Investigation inquiry into the incident. He declined to specify which facility.
The suspect was one of 17 people arrested Thursday morning following a months-long controlled substance investigation conducted by the Bartlesville Police Department and the Oklahoma Bureau of Narcotics & Dangerous Drugs.
The individual was arrested for endeavoring to manufacture a controlled dangerous substance; officials declined to specify the substance. Initially his bond was set at $175,000 — although it might be raised following the altercation with Davis, Copeland said.
Copeland said making people smile and laugh was part of Davis' personality.
"(He) was professional, he took his job seriously, he was an asset to this office and he could bring a smile to your face. I'm quite certain that if this was not him, he would be one of the first ones up there being that support and leaning post for others, bringing laughs, even during a dark time," Copeland said.
According to a post of the WCSO Facebook page, a benefit account has been set up through Truity Federal Credit Union for the children of Davis and his wife, Kristin, to help with future expenses. Donations can be sent to Truity or to the Washington County Sheriff's Office. Checks should be made payable to Kristin Davis with 3826 in the memo line. Notes can be sent with the donations, and all notes will be passed on to the family, according to the post. Donations can also be sent via Paypal to kdavis.yl@gmail.com (if using PayPal, please indicate "Friends & Family" so no fees are assessed/deducted from the donation).
The office of Clint Johnson, Acting U.S. Attorney for the Northern District of Oklahoma, said in a statement:
"On behalf of the U.S. Attorney's Office for the Northern District of Oklahoma, I extend my heartfelt condolences to the family of Corporal Kyle Davis, who served his community in law enforcement for 13 years. We stand with you and with the men and women of the Washington County Sheriff's Office in mourning a tremendous loss. Members of law enforcement purposefully risk their lives each and every day they go to work so that we all can live in the safety and security of our homes and communities."
(c)2021 the Bartlesville Examiner-Enterprise (Bartlesville, Okla.)
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Washington County deputy dies after altercation with inmate




BARTLESVILLE, Okla. (AP) — A Washington County deputy sheriff has died after an altercation with a jail inmate, the sheriff’s office confirmed on Friday.

Cpl. Kyle Davis, 39, a 13-year veteran of the office, died Thursday after the fight inside the jail, said Washington County Undersheriff Jon Copeland. Copeland identified the suspect as Athine Jamuan Henderson, 36. An investigation into the death is ongoing, and formal charges have not been filed, Copeland said.

Henderson was one of 17 people arrested Thursday as part of a joint investigation into illegal drugs by the sheriff’s office, Bartlesville police and the Oklahoma Bureau of Narcotics and Dangerous Drugs. He’s currently being held at a jail in a neighboring county, Copeland said.
Henderson became aggressive toward jail personnel, and an altercation ensued in which Davis was injured, Copeland said. Davis was transported to a nearby hospital, where efforts to resuscitate him were unsuccessful, the sheriff’s office said.
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Washington County Jail Homicide Suspect in Custody in Osage County



BY Max Gross


36-year-old Athine Jamuan Henderson of Bartlesville is currently in custody in the Osage County Jail after being arrested on a Washington County Warrant for conspiracy to distribute a controlled dangerous substance. According to court documents, Henderson is currently under investigation for being a part of an altercation that led to the death of Washington County Deputy Kyle Davis.

Henderson was arraigned over video conference from the Osage County jail on Friday. A motion from the district attorney’s office enhanced his bond from the $125,000 set on the warrant to $500,000. No new charges were filed during the hearing as the investigation is still ongoing. The Oklahoma State Bureau of Investigation is heading the inquiry.

On Thursday KWON reported that a Washington County deputy was killed after an altercation at the Washington County Detention Center. On Friday, it was reported that Dep. Davis had succumbed to injuries after being taken to the hospital.

16 others were arraigned on the same conspiracies charges as a part of a three month long investigation.
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