ROCKFORD, Ill. (WIFR) -- UPDATE: The suspect accused of killing Deputy Jacob Keltner was denied bail while awaiting a trial on burglary charges in 2011 after he said in a taped telephone conversation that he would shoot it out with police rather than return to jail, according to the Herald-Review.
The Herald-Review reported Associate Judge Timothy Steadman said Floyd E. Brown, who was previously involved with shooting a man, would pose a physical threat if released from jail.
This precedes Thursday's incident where Floyd E. Brown allegedly shot a task force officer in the head after he escaped through the window of a Extended Stay America hotel room, according to a criminal complaint.
The McHenry County Sheriff's Office says Jacob Keltner died while serving an warrant with the U.S. Marshalls Great Lakes Regional Fugitive Task Force.
According to the criminal complaint, Keltner was outside the hotel while task force officers were executing the warrant. Brown allegedly escaped through the window of a third-floor room, then shot Keltner as he was leaving the scene.
Brown was reportedly in a room with his girlfriend while task force officers knocked on the door. According to the complaint, officers heard a man yelling and a woman stating "she wanted to get out."
As officers tried to enter, gunfire allegedly came through the hotel doors and walls. The complaint does not confirm if anyone else was struck.
Police pursued Brown after he left the area in his vehicle. Brown was accused of shooting in the direction of officers multiple times during a pursuit, which ended after he crashed on I-55 near Lincoln.
Illinois State Police say Brown's car stopped after was taken into custody after an hours-long standoff.
The criminal complaint was filed by a special agent with the Federal Bureau of Investigation on Thursday.
For the latest developments and the original report on the shooting, click here.