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IN MEMORY OF THOSE WHO MADE THE ULTIMATE SACRIFICE

JOSEPH BEARD

EOW: July 10, 1858

Stabbed to death after attempting to break up a disturbance on Water Street.

City Marshal of Lexington

C.N. HENDRICKS

EOW: August 1, 1881

Shot and killed while attempting to make an arrest in a saloon on Water Street.

Lexington Police Department (Captian)

THOMAS DONLON

EOW: May 12, 1888

Shot and killed by a man he was attempting to arrest for drunkenness in a stable on North Mill Street.

Lexington Police Department

MICHAEL MURPHY

EOW: November 6, 1907

Shot and killed while attempting to make an arrest, after an election day disturbance at the Polling Place near High Street and North Broadway.

Lexington Police Department

CLIFFORD HALL

EOW: July 13, 1922

Died when his Police motorcycle collided head on with another vehicle on Paris Pike.

Fayette County Patrol

HERBERT RAY

EOW: February 2, 1935

Shot and killed while investigating rumrunners at West Fifth Street and Campbell Street.

United States Deputy Marshal

OSCAR ROBERTS

EOW: April 10, 1948

Shot and killed while attempting  to make a misdemeanor arrest at Keeneland Race Track.

Fayette County Patrol

JOHN L. THOMAS

EOW: November 21, 1967

Shot and killed during a domestic disturbance call on Richmond Avenue.

Fayette County Police (Lieutenant)

JOSEPH MATHEW ANGELUCCI

EOW: November 23, 1988

Shot and killed by his own gun by a man he was attempting to serve with a Mental Health Warrant.

Fayette County Sheriff's Department

BRYAN J. DURMAN

EOW: April 29, 2010

Struck and killed by a hit and run driver while investigating a loud vehicle on North Limestone and Alabama Street.

Lexington Police Department

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WILLIAM LANDERS

EOW: July 30, 1870

Killed by a sword during a riot, after attempting to quiet a crowd, in front of the Phoenix Building.

KY Central Railroad Police

PRESTON PULLEN

EOW: October 30, 1918

Shot and killed by an armed robber, near High Street and North Broadway, who had just held up a nearby grocery store.

Lexington Police Department

WILLIAM W. WEATHERED

EOW: July 29, 1894

Shot and killed by a man he was attempting to arrest for being drunk, near South Broadway and Bolivar.

Lexington Police Department

JOHN COLLOPY

EOW: May 14, 1919

Died after being struck by an automobile near the corner of Fifth Street and Walnut Street. 

Lexington Police Department

J.J. ESTES

EOW: January 19, 1927

Shot and killed while pursuing a bootlegger on Kenton Street.

Lexington Police Department

JAMES BANAHAN

EOW: February 23, 1935

Died after being struck by a hit and run motorist while directing traffic on Jefferson Street Viaduct.

Lexington Police Department

DANNY REDMON

EOW: January 3, 1967

Died when his Police motorcycle collided with another vehicle on Winchester Road.

Lexington Police Department

ROY HOBSON MARDIS

EOW: August 23, 1985

Accidentally shot and killed in a Mercer County cornfield while searching for a murder suspect.

Lexington Police Department

BILLY WALLS

EOW: November 13, 2001

Shot and killed while serving a warrant in rural Jessamine County. 

Jessamine County Sheriff's Department

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