Killer of U.S. Marshall had Lengthy Rap Sheet

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On this edition of Deal of the Day, Cam Edwards shares a story from St. Louis, Missouri where Deputy U.S. Marshall John Perry was shot and killed as part of a task force trying to serve a warrant to fugitive Carlos Boles, 35, who was wanted for an assault on a law enforcement officer and drug possession. Two other officers were wounded and the suspect was also killed in the shootout. Carlos Boles had a two-decades-long rap sheet including several violent crime convictions. He was sentenced to 10 years in 2005 and should not have been on the street to take a life in 2011. Originally aired 3/9/2011.