Deputy Wyatt Maser
Deputy Maser died in the early morning hours of May 18th when responding on foot to stop a women wielding a machete. They were on the roadway in the dark and he was struck by a vehicle and killed.
Bonneville County Sheriff Paul Wilde said, "Our Office is heart broken and we are struggling internally but I have an amazing and strong group of people that are doing the business, taking care of our Community and taking care of each other". Wilde went on to say that Maser was an Air Force veteran and had been with the agency 13 months. He excelled in the academy and in field training and was on his way to being an exceptional deputy. He was 23 years old with a young wife named Paige and a 10 month old daughter, Morgan. Maser's mother and step-father are deputies with the Natrona county Sheriff's Office in Casper Wyoming.
Sheriff Wilde said, "We as a family are suffering but his wife, daughter and family are suffering more."
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