BREAKING: 2 Cops Dead, 13 Schools On LOCKDOWN- Suspect Is…


Orlando Master Sgt. Deborah Clayton was shot and killed early Monday morning. At least 13 schools are on lockdown and a massive manhunt is underway as Orlando police hunt the cop killer.

The suspect, identified as Markeith Loyd, was accused of murdering his pregnant ex-girlfriend last month, Fox 35 reported, adding that police had never caught him.


Loyd had been arrested 20 times in Orange County since 1994, according to court records.

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Breitbart reports that a manhunt for Lloyd is underway, and First Coast News reports law enforcement has “swarmed the Pine Hills neighborhood, near Pine Hills Road and Clarcona Ocoee Road”–the location of the Walmart near which the officer was killed. Thirteen area schools are on lockdown:

  1. Gateway School
  2. Evans High School
  3. Pine Hills Elementary School
  4. Meadowbrook Middle School
  5. Positive Pathways
  6. Orange Center
  7. Rolling Hills Elementary School
  8. Lockhart Middle School
  9. Lockhart Elementary School
  10. Acceleration Academy West
  11. Esteem Academy
  12. Orange Virtual School
  13. Lake Silver Elementary School

An unidentified Orange County sheriff’s deputy died during a motorcycle crash while participating in the manhunt. Details on the accident were not released.

“OPD It is with such a heavy heart that I have to tell you Master Sgt Debra Clayton a 17-year veteran of OPD, died at 7:40 am.”



“We’re going to bring this dirtbag to justice,” Orlando Police Chief John Mina told reporters. “There’s going to be someone who knows where he is.”

“The Orlando Police Department family is heartbroken today. One of our own was taken in the line of duty. There are no words.”

If you know the location of Markeith Loyd reward is up to $60,000. Please call

“Sgt. Clayton was extremely active with . She loved working with kids and they loved her too! Rest peacefully, Sarge.”

Police said the officer killed was Master Sgt. Debra Clayton, a 17-year veteran of the force and mother of two, married for one year. Officials did not identify the deputy who died. At least 64 officers were killed in gun-related incidents in 2016, a jump of more than 50 percent from the previous year, according to the National Law Enforcement Officers Memorial Fund.

Loyd was wearing a security uniform at the time of Monday’s shooting, a witness told WFTV.

FOX reports that Loyd had been on the run since Dec. 13 when police accused him of shooting and killing 24-year-old Sade Dixon, a pregnant mother of two, and critically wounding her brother, Ronald Steward, outside her home. Dixon’s surviving relatives told Fox 35 she had just broken up with Loyd.

The Orange County Sheriff’s Office stated the suspect’s age as 41, but the Sentinel reported it as 43. Prosecutors reportedly had dropped drug-dealing charges against him earlier.

Herman said a shopper had tipped off the officer — who was putting bags in the trunk of her vehicle — that Loyd was in the Walmart waiting to check out. As the officer walked towards the store, the suspect barged out and fired at least 12 shots, according to Herman. Three shots hit the officer, WFTV reported.

After deputies launched the manhunt, the suspect pulled into a nearby apartment complex and fired shots, hitting one deputy’s unmarked SUV twice before carjacking another vehicle and escaping, Fox 35 added. Nobody was reported hurt at the apartment complex.

This is a developing situation.

Stay tuned for updates.

Our hearts and prayers go out to the families, friends and to all law enforcement officers in America.

Stay safe out there blue…


God Bless.

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