Sheriff: Deputy shoots and wounds woman, then kills self

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Police said a man, later identified as PBSO deputy, shot a woman and then turned the gun on himself.

Timothy Adam Walding, 18, of Boynton Beach, is being held without bond at the Palm Beach County Jail on charges of three counts of sexual assault with a weapon and single counts of burglary and false imprisonment following the attack on Friday, the Palm Beach Post reports.

A Palm Beach County Sheriff's Office deputy shot a woman before killing himself Thursday morning in an attempted murder-suicide in Boynton Beach, police said.

The woman was crying and pleaded with the intruder not to kill her, so he assured her that he wasn't going to kill her and then put the knife in a holster on the side of his trousers, the report said.

At some point, she realised that Walding is a neighbour and he eventually untied her for a smoke outside.

"The suspect told her that he stood outside of her front door for 10 minutes contemplating whether he should do this or not", the report said.

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A Florida teen who allegedly raped his neighbour thought he could make things right by doing her yardwork.

The domestic violence problem within the sheriff's office is not limited to male deputies as earlier this year, a female deputy named Catherine Lara was arrested for strangling her live-in girlfriend.

He went back to his home after about an hour and a half, at which point the victim went back inside to call for help.

John Ross, a Palm Beach County sheriff's deputy, was sacked in 2014 for domestic violence, only to be rehired and win an Officer of the Year award.

Deputies went to Walding's home and arrested him.

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