AVON, Ill. (KFVS) - Funeral services have been made for an Illinois deputy shot and killed.
Visitation is Sunday, June 30 from 2-8 p.m. at Cuba Middle-Sr. High in Cuba, Illinois. The funeral will be held at the school at 11 a.m. on July 1. The school is located at 20325 N. State Route 97.
A donation fund has been set up for family at Mid America Bank in Canton, Ill. and a gofundme as well.
His family released a statement on Friday, June 28.
According to Illinois State Police, Chisum was a four-and-a-half-year veteran of the Fulton County Sheriff’s Office. He was a paramedic with the Fulton County EMA, a member of the West Central Special Response Team and an ILEAS WMD/SRT Team for Region 6.
The following was released by Illinois State Police on behalf of the sheriff’s office:
A nearly 19-hour standoff in a small Fulton County, Illinois town ended Wednesday morning, June 26.
Illinois State Police said Nathan Woodring, 42, of Avon, was taken into custody without any problems at approximately 8:20 a.m. and transported to the McDonough County Jail where he will be held pending formal charges.
Woodring was accused of shooting and killing Fulton County deputy Troy Chisum on Tuesday, June 25.
According to police, 39-year-old Deputy Troy Chisum was responding to a battery disturbance call around 2 p.m. at a rural Avon home.
During the incident, police said multiple shots were fired and Chisum was stuck and killed.
ISP reported Woodring barricaded himself in a home after the incident.
Multiple police and fire departments, sheriff’s offices and other first responders assisted with the situation.