KING 5 reports Jenna Hanchard.
A deputy sheriff from Pierce County was murdered after being shot in response to a robbery call on Sunday near Spanaway. One suspect was expected in court on Tuesday and another was killed at the scene.
Deputy Daniel McCartney of Yelm was shot just after 11:30 p.m. while responding to a 911 call to inform an intruder at a house on 200 East Street in the Frederickson area, the sheriff's department said. McCartney was the first person to arrive on the scene. He started chasing a suspect on foot and fired on McCartney, hitting him.
McCartney was transported to St. Joseph's Medical Center in Tacoma where he died.
The Sheriff's Department says that a suspect was found dead at the scene. He was later identified as Henry Carden, 35.
A second suspect was arrested on Monday morning.
"This morning, a police officer warned about the issue in the area, it did not agree with our original description and gave us a false name," said Detective Ed Troyer, a spokesman for the sheriff's department. "After we started talking to him, he was hired for felony orders outside of Shelton."
Troyer said witnesses began to give details about what the second suspect was like and detectives spent the day investigating evidence, which led to the suspect being secretive. Troyer identified him as Frank William Pawul, 32 years old. He is expected to have his first appearance in court on Tuesday afternoon.
The security forces recovered one of the weapons of the suspects of the scene. Police believe that the gun was used to shoot McCartney.
A procession to transport Deputy McCartney from the Pierce County Medical Examiner's Office in Tacoma to the Mountain View Memorial in Lakewood will begin at 1 p.m. Tuesday.
McCartney was a Navy veteran and served in the department for three years. He leaves behind a wife and three small children who are four, six and nine years old.
In front of the South Hill district, members of the community honored McCartney. Sabrina Jones took her four children to the monument so that the family could pay their respects.
"My father is a police officer and he has been for the past 34 years, and he really hits home," Jones said.
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Deputy Kevin Pressel used to work with McCartney.  "It's a couple of difficult days for everyone," Pressel said. "Dan was a great guy, I mean he really was, he was a devoted man in the family, every time we talked, he talked about his children and his wife, he loved being a father, but he loved being a cop and it was really good in that. "
An inherited fund has been established in TAPCO Credit Union for the family of the fallen deputy. Donations can be made at any TAPCO Credit Union branch or via Paypal
The Pierce County Sheriff's Department establishes a line to obtain information about the fatal shooting of Deputy McCartney. If you have information, you are asked to call 855-798-8477.
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