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5/15/07

KLTV 7 Honors Our East Texas Fallen Officers

Fallen East Texas Officers:

BOBBY MAX BIGGERSTAFF, Chief Deputy, Franklin County Sheriff's Department

CHARLES BROWN, Special Agent, Franklin County Sheriff's Department

ELVIS ORVAL BROWN, Deputy Constable, Henderson County Constable's Office, Pct. 8

JIMMY RAY CARTY JR., Trooper, Texas Department of Public Safety

DEAN CHAPMAN, Deputy Sheriff, Cherokee County Sheriff's Department

DAVID L. CLABAUGH, Sheriff, Panola County Sheriff's Office

WILLIAM A CLARK, City Marshal, Jacksonville Police Department

VANCE HOWARD CLEMENTSDeputy Sheriff, Gregg County Sheriff's Department

WALTER A. CONNELL, Detective Sergeant, Longview Police Department

RANDY LOY DAVIS, Sergeant, Longview Police Department

JOHN S DUGAN, Deputy Sheriff, Marion County Sheriff's Office

GUS ENGELING, Game Warden, Texas Game and Fish Commission, Palestine

BENNIE ROYCE EVERETT, Lieutenant, Athens Police Department

CHARLIE FIELDS SR, Deputy Sheriff, Henderson County Sheriff's Deparment

DALE DAVID GEDDIE, Constable, Smith County Constable's Office Pct. 4

DAN M. HIGDON, Trooper, Texas Department of Public Safety

MARION DYER HODGES, Deputy Sheriff, Gregg County Sheriff's Department

TODD DYLAN HOLMES, Trooper, Highway Patrol, Gilmer

HARRY F HOOKER, Night Policeman, Jacksonville Police Department

JULIAN E HOWARD, Deputy Sheriff, Wood County Sheriff's Office

BYFORD HENRY HUNTER, Deputy Sheriff, Angelina County Sheriff's Office

JOHN E HUTCHESON, Deputy Sheriff, Jefferson County Sheriff's Office

JAMES WALTER JACKSON, Deputy Sheriff, Shelby County Sheriff's Office

J. PERRY LANDRUM, Constable, Jefferson County Constable's Office, Pct. 4

RUBE T MATTOX, Deputy Sheriff, Wood County Sheriff's Office

CLAYTON MORRIS MEDRANO, Lieutenant, Harrison County Sheriff's Department

WILLIE EDWARD NICHOLS, Deputy Sheriff, Bowie County Sheriff's Department

DAVE PIERCE, Constable, Anderson County

EDWARD PRICE, Constable, Titus County Constable's Office, Pct. 8

ROBERT GLENWOOD ROBINSON, Sergeant, Corsicana Police Department

TOM L. ROLAND, Patrolman, Bowie Police Department

JOHN CARLIE REEVES, Deputy Sheriff, Henderson County Sheriff's Office

HERMAN OWEN SCOTT JR., Investigator, Harrison County Sheriff's Department

HARVEY L. STEVENS, Patrolman, Longview Police Department

MARSHALL JEFFERSON SOWDERS JR., Patrolman, Longview Police Department

GEORGE TABLER, City Marshal, Longview Police Department

WALTER L. TERRY, Deputy, Smith County Sheriff's Office

CLINT THRASHER, Border Patrol Agent, Henderson

EDDIE RUSSEL TODD, Constable, Marion County Constable's Office, Pct. 4

DAVIS TUBBS, Constable, Camp County Constable's Office 

WAYNE LEWIS WAHL, Sheriff's Deputy, Crockett County Sheriff's Office

DON H. WILLMON, Reserve Captain, Angelina County Sheriff's Office

BURL WHITTINGTON, Officer, Tyler Police Department

PETE M. WOODS, Patrolman, Carthage

Sources: Texas Department Of Public Safety & The National Law Enforcement Officer's Memorial

If we are missing any fallen East Texas officers, please email us:

Kathy Vitale, 5pm News Producer, kvitale@kltv.com

Cody Lillich, Good Morning East Texas News Producer, clillich@kltv.com

 

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