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(Washington Co., OR)  --  The Washington County District Attorney's Office says a group of police officers was justified when they shot and killed a man who had killed his estranged wife and shot an Oregon state trooper.  The officers fatally wounded 30-year-old James Tylka on Christmas night after he shot his wife to death.  Trooper Nic Cederberg, who was pursuing the suspect, exchanged gunfire with Tylka and was wounded, and was shot again after Tylka took his service weapon.  Cederberg survived, but Tylka was gunned down by the officers.

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