California police on Sunday captured a "known criminal" accused of shooting a sheriff's deputy twice in the head at point-blank range after the officer discovered the suspect in a stolen vehicle. Multiple tactical units had been engaged in the manhunt for David Machado, 36, who is alleged to have carjacked a driver in Keyes just minutes after he allegedly murdered Stanislaus County Sheriff's Deputy Dennis Wallace on Sunday morning. "We know the gun used in the crime was in direct contact with [Wallace's] head when the trigger was pulled twice," Sheriff Adam Christianson said during a news conference. "This was a direct execution." The department announced on Twitter that Machado was captured less than two hours after police asked for the public's help in locating the man, who authorities considered armed and dangerous.
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