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Wife, daughter of Sedro-Woolley police shooting victim speak out

'My dad didn't deserve this,' daughter says

David Babcock.
David Babcock died Feb. 17, 2022, after he was shot in the back of the head during an attempted traffic stop by Sedro-Woolley police. Family members say they will file a court claim contending that police used excessive force in his death. (Courtesy of David Babcock’s family)
By Elizabeth Kayser Staff Reporter
Regina Babcock of Sedro-Woolley is still in disbelief after her husband was shot by police Feb. 16.

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