Sheriff's Deputy Wanted For Murder is Speaking Out

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A Sheriff's Deputy on the run in Kentucky for killing his girlfriend, is speaking out through an email to the media and police.

Police are still searching for Simpson County sheriff's deputy Randall Creek, accused of killing his ex-girlfriend, Debbie Rediess, early Sunday morning in Warren County.

In an email to authorities, friends, family, and the media, Creek says what's done is done and that he loved Debbie very much.

He explained what happened, saying they had dated for five years but on their anniversary she broke up with him and recently began dating someone else.

The email goes on to say he went to her home Sunday morning and found that man there and when he did, he admits to shooting Debbie Rediess in her driveway.

Police continue to search for Randall Creek, a former Warren County deputy jailer, and a current sheriff's deputy in Simpson County, and say he's believed to be in the Louisville area and driving a 1997 gray Ford Ranger with a military tag, KY 136-50.

Randall Creek says he is not armed and not running to get away, but according to the email he says he's going to make police earn their money.

Randall Creek also reached out to family members in that email and requested, when caught, who the officers would be who would take him away.

Earlier today 27 NewsFirst also learned that just a few days ago Creek sent a letter to the editor of the Bowling Green Daily News to be published, ironically about love.

The letter is now in the possession of the Kentucky State Police.

Meanwhile, anyone who has any information on Randall Creek is urged to contact your local police.

The search continues Monday afternoon for a sheriff's deputy who police say shot and killed his ex-girlfriend.

Police say 41-year old Randall Creek killed the victim outside her Warren County home Sunday morning shortly after Creek left work.

Police tell us that Simpson County Sheriff's Deputy Randall Creek had been calling his ex-girlfriend numerous times late Saturday evening and early Sunday morning.

Soon after Creek got off work in Simpson County Sunday morning, they say he then went to Debbie Rediess's home in the community of Smiths Grove in nearby Warren County and was involved in a domestic dispute.

Someone was at Rediess's home when she was shot and tells police it was indeed Randall Creek that shot her.

Information gathered by Kentucky State Police and the U.S Marshall's Service indicate that Creek is in the Louisville-Metro area, where they are looking for him.

Creek is a white male with black hair and brown eyes around 6'2'' and weighs around 220 pounds.

He was last seen leaving the Warren County area in a 1997 gray Ford Ranger with military Kentucky tag KY 1, 2, 6, 5, 0.

Creek has served in law enforcement for quite a while and at one time was also the deputy jailer in Warren County before becoming a deputy sheriff in Simpson County.

Police believe they will make an arrest in this case later on Monday.

If you have any information about his whereabouts you are urged to contact your local police.

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