Deputy Kyle Dinkheller was approaching the end of his watch on January 12, 1998, when he made a traffic stop on a road adjacent to Interstate 16 in Laurens County, Georgia. That stop would mark Dinkheller’s End of Watch in capital letters, after Andrew Brannan first danced in the road and taunted Dinkheller to shoot him…

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The Courier Herald

By Payton Towns III

A large crowd gathered at Theatre Dublin to see a documentary about a Laurens County Sheriff deputy who was killed 20 years ago.

"Dinkheller," which was directed by Patrick W. Shaver, had its premiere in Dublin Friday night, 20 years to the date that Deputy Kyle Dinkheller was murdered by Andrew Howard Brannan...

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The Courier Herald

By Payton Towns III

A documentary about Kyle Dinkheller, a Laurens County Sheriff's Deputy, will premiere 20 years to the day he was killed in the line of duty.

On Friday, Jan. 12, Patrick Shaver will show his documentary "Dinkheller" at 6 p.m. at Theatre Dublin...

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The story of the 1998 murder of Laurens County deputy Kyle Dinkheller is also making it's debut at the Macon Film Festival. Dinkheller was murdered in the line of duty by Vietnam veteran Andrew Howard Brannan…

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By Gabrielle Dawkins

Friday marks the 20th anniversary of the death of Laurens County Deputy, Kyle Dinkheller. Dinkheller was fatally shot during a traffic stop.

Many people in Laurens County still vividly remember what happened, and a filmmaker, Patrick Shaver, decided to tell the story of those who held Dinkheller close to their hearts....