Army says suspect in Dallas killings served in Army Reserve
WASHINGTON (AP) - The Army says Micah Xavier Johnson, named as a suspect in the Dallas police shootings, served in the Army Reserve and did one tour of duty in Afghanistan.
The Army says Johnson was a private first class and his home of record is Mesquite, Texas. His military occupational specialty was carpentry and masonry.
His service dates, as provided by the Army, are March 2009 to April 2015.
The Army says Johnson deployed to Afghanistan in November 2013 and returned in July 2014.
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