FAIRBORN, Ohio (WDTN) - Special agents from the US Army Criminal Investigation Command are now looking into the death of a Fairborn native in Afghanistan.
The CID says the shooting death of Christina Maddock was not combat related.
Maddock died in while working as a contractor for a Colorado-based company. She was assigned to Camp Arena, Afghanistan.
CID will not make a final determination until a thorough investigation is complete. It is the CID's job to investigate all non-combat related deaths of US soldiers and civilian contractors in war regions.
Maddock was a graduate of Fairborn High School and Wright State University. She was also an active member of the Ohio Air National Guard.
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