A bullet-riddled SUV rests in the alley behind the scene of a May 22 shooting in Ashland. Marshals fired about 20 rounds at Joseph Tedrick, hitting him four times, after he fled as marshals tried to arrest him.

Ashland County authorities have ruled that U.S. marshals obeyed the law in May when they shot and killed a man who was wanted in connection with the attempted shooting of a police officer in the state of Oregon.

Three U.S. marshals opened fire on Joseph Tedrick on the afternoon of May 22 as he attempted to leave a home south of downtown Ashland.

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