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Fire Captain Donald M. Hibbard

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Fire Captain Donald M. Hibbard

Corona Fire Department

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Corona Fire Captain Donald M. Hibbard, 36, apparently was on his way to the Santa Ana Fire Academy, where he was an instructor, when his car struck a concrete wall on the southbound Costa Mesa (55) Freeway in Orange. The accident occurred on Friday, November 30, 2001, at 9:05 a.m. near Lincoln Avenue, the California Highway Patrol said.

“What makes this so tragic is that he was so well-liked,” department chaplain Bill Peters said.

Hibbard, survived by his wife and four children, was known for his volunteer work. He helped maintain the department’s breathing apparatus and coordinated its fitness program.

Mike’s wife, Tiffany Hibbard, is a teacher at Riverside Christian Schools. Please keep Tiffany and her children in your prayers during this time of loss.

Deputy Hagop “Jake” Kuredjian

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Deputy Hagop “Jake” Kuredjian

Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Department

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Deputy Kuredjian had been an L.A. County Sheriff’s Deputy for 17 years.

Deputy Brandon Hinkle

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Deputy Brandon Hinkle

Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Department

college homework help within college-homework-help.org On Wednesday, February 14th, 2001, Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Deputy Brandan Hinkle died in a head-on collision, while riding his department motorcycle. Deputy Hinkle, 33, died shortly after the 3 p.m. accident. He was southbound, behind a training officer, on Brea Canyon Cut-off Road, just south of Pathfinder Road (Diamond Bar, CA) when he collided with a northbound Lexus at a bend in the road. Hinkle was taken to Brea Community Hospital in Brea, CA, where he was pronounced dead.

Hinkle was an 11 year Sheriff’s Department veteran. He was assigned to the Lomita station for the past nine years. He was training to be a motorcycle deputy at the Walnut Sheriff’s Station. Hinkle had been training for two to three months and was just weeks away from becoming a motorcycle deputy. Hinkle was married and leaves behind his wife of six years.

Funeral Services for Deputy Hinkle were held on Thursday, February 22, 2001, at 1000 hours at Calvary Chapel of Costa Mesa, 3800 S. Fairview Road, Santa Ana, CA. Following the services, a graveside ceremony was held at Pacific View Memorial Park, 3500 Pacific View Drive, Corona Del Mar, CA.

Detective Charles Douglas “Doug” Jacobs III

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Detective Charles Douglas “Doug” Jacobs III

Riverside Police Department

www.essaysheaven.com Riverside Police Detective Doug Jacobs was slain on January 13, 2001 after he and fellow officer, Ben Baker responded to a report of loud music at 3140 Lemon Street. The initial call was broadcast to Officer Baker. Detective Jacobs responded to assist.

Officer Baker walked up to the house and saw a man in the downstairs apartment through a closed screen door. Baker asked him who was playing the music. That man, later identified as Steve Woodruff, told Officer Baker that his mother was playing the radio upstairs.

Officer Baker walked upstairs and saw a small radio on the second floor landing. He turned the music down and a woman, later identified as Polly Carr, shouted at Baker to get off her property. Officer Baker tried to explain to her why he was there, but Carr continued to yell.

The neighbor who had originally called the police, came to the upstairs landing, wanting to speak with Carr to solve the problem. However, Claude Carr, Polly Carr’s son, yelled from inside their apartment to “leave my momma alone.” Moments later, Woodruff appeared at the bottom of the stairs and also yelled at Officer Baker to leave Carr alone. At this point, Officer Baker realized he was outnumbered and called for backup. The neighbor left.

Detective Jacobs arrived a short time later and joined Officer Baker on the landing. Baker stepped forward and took hold of Carr’s wrists to arrest her for disturbing the peace. Claude Carr stepped out of the apartment, onto the landing, and attempted to intervene in the arrest of his mother. Detective Jacobs took hold of Claude Carr’s arm to place him under arrest for interference in a police investigation. Officer Baker released his hold on Polly Carr and took Claude Carr’s right arm to help Detective Jacobs.

Officer Baker was about to place handcuff’s on Claude Carr’s wrists when he heard a gunshot. He dropped the handcuffs, grabbed his gun, and saw Steve Woodruff at the bottom of the stairs, aiming a handgun at him. Officer Baker returned fire as he saw Detective Jacobs laying on the landing floor. Detective Jacobs had been struck in the head by the gunshot. Officer Baker radioed for help and dragged Detective Jacobs inside the apartment where he tried to administer medical aid.

Assisting units were immediately summoned to the scene. Woodruff fled back into his downstairs apartment. Arriving officers surrounded the apartment building and demanded that Woodruff come out of the apartment. Woodruff threw a rifle out of the front of the apartment, but refused to come out. A few minutes later, Woodruff stepped out of the apartment, having removed all of his clothing. Naked, Woodruff was taken into custody without further resistance. Detective Jacobs was transported to Riverside Community Hospital, where he later died as the result of his injuries. No one else was injured.

Neighbors watched from across the street, as Jacobs was carried away by paramedics who arrived within two minutes of the officer-needs-assistance radio broadcast.

Officers from Moreno Valley, Riverside Community College, University of California, Riverside, and the Riverside County Sheriff’s Department responded to the area to assist.

Jacobs, a five year veteran of the Riverside Police Department, left behind a wife, stepson and daughter.

Doug Jacobs was a lifelong resident of Riverside. In his youth, he attended St. Thomas Elementary School, Chemawa Middle School, and Arlington High School. He later attended Riverside Community College, the University of La Verne, and most recently, was enrolled in a Master of Arts program at Chapman University.

Doug’s interest in law enforcement was sparked by his grandfather, who is a retired Riverside County Deputy Sheriff. Doug began as a Riverside County Sheriff’s Explorer, where he attained the rank of Post Captain. In 1988, he was certified as Reserve Officer for the Los Angeles Police Department (LAPD). He remained there until being hired as a Deputy Sheriff by the Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Office (LASO) in 1990. Doug distinguished himself early on as a Deputy by graduating number one in his academy class. He then served in a variety of assignments, until leaving LASO in 1995 to work for the Riverside Police Department (RPD).

After becoming a Riverside Officer, Doug was recognized for his outstanding effort and achievement. In 1998, he was honored as the Greater Riverside Chambers of Commerce “Officer of the Quarter.”

Doug was promoted to the rank of Detective in March of 2000, and was awaiting reassignment from a field position to Investigations.

Fire Engineer David “Rick” Lee

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Fire Engineer David “Rick” Lee

Upland Fire Department

Upland Fire Engineer David “Rick” Lee passed away unexpectedly the afternoon of December 13, 2000. He was found by his kids and one of our fellow Upland Firefighters. He leaves behind his wife and two young sons. This is obviously devastating to his family and also to the Upland Firefighters. Please lift up his family and Upland Fire Department members in prayer.

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Deputy Steven Parsons

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Deputy Sheriff Steven Edward Parsons

Orange County Sheriff’s Department

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Biographical Info
Tour of Duty: 11 years

Incident Details
Cause of Death: Motorcycle accident
Date of Incident: Monday, June 19, 2000
Weapon Used: Automobile
Suspect Info: Not available

Deputy Parsons died five days after being involved in a traffic collision while driving his police motorcycle.

Deputy Parsons was traveling through an intersection when another vehicle ran a red light, striking him. He was transported to a local hospital where he remained in critical condition before passing away. He had been employed with the Orange County Sheriff’s Department for 11 years, and is survived by his wife, six-year-old daughter, three-year-old son, parents, and sister.

Officer Daryle Black

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Police Officer Daryle Wayne Black

Long Beach Police Department

Badge Number: 5452
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Cause of Death: Gunfire
Date of Incident: Saturday, April 29, 2000
Weapon Used: Gun; Unknown type

Suspect Info: Sentenced to death

Officer Daryle Black was shot and killed when he and his partner were ambushed.

The two officers, members of the Long Beach Police Department’s anti-gang unit, were driving an unmarked vehicle at approximately 2300 hours when they were struck by gunfire in an ambush style attack. After both officers were shot, one officer was call for assistance, and both were taken to a local hospital, where Officer Black died approximately one hour later. Neither officer was return fire.

The suspect was arrested two days later, after being identified through an investigation. The killer was found guilty and sentenced to death during his second trial.

Officer Black had been employed with the Long Beach Police Department for six years, and had been in law enforcement for ten years.

Officer Russell Miller

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Police Officer Russell Myron Miller Sr.

Chino Police Department

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Age: 51
Tour of Duty: 12 years

Incident Details
Cause of Death: Vehicular assault
Date of Incident: Tuesday, February 1, 2000
Weapon Used: Automobile; Alcohol involved
Suspect Info: Charged with murder

Officer Russell Miller was struck by a drunk driver while making a traffic stop in the early morning hours.

During the stop, Officer Miller was walking from his cruiser towards the driver of a pickup truck when the drunk driver struck him from behind, throwing him into the bed of the pickup truck. After the collision, the drunk fled the scene, but was arrested a short time later, after crashing into a telephone pole.

The driver of the pickup truck flagged down another passing patrol car for assistance. Officer Miller was flown to a local hospital, where he was pronounced dead approximately ten hours after the incident. The suspect was charged with second-degree murder and felony hit and run.

Officer Miller had served with the Chino Police Department for 12 years. He is survived by his wife and three children.

Deputy Sheriff Eric Andrew Thach

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Deputy Sheriff Eric Andrew Thach

Riverside County Sheriff’s Department

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Biographical Info
Age: 34
Tour of Duty: 3 years
Badge Number: Not available

Incident Details
Cause of Death: Gunfire
Date of Incident: Friday, October 8, 1999
Weapon Used: Rifle; Semi-automatic
Suspect Info: Shot and killed

Deputy Thach was shot and killed after being ambushed at a home-invasion robbery. He had responded to the call when neighbors of the home noticed a strange man at the house. While at the scene, Deputy Thach was shot with an assault rifle and the shot penetrated his protective vest. At the time he was shot, Deputy Thach had not even seen the suspect. He was transported to a local hospital, where he was pronounced dead about two hours later. The suspect then left the scene and started several brush fires in the area in an attempt to escape. Other responding deputies shot and killed the suspect near the fires.

Deputy Thach had been with the agency for three years and is survived by his wife and daughter.

Deputy Kent Alan Hintergardt

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Deputy Kent Alan Hintergardt

Riverside County Sheriff’s Department nutzliche Quellen Deputy Hintergardt was shot and killed on May, 9, 1993, when he responded to a domestic disturbance. Deputy Hintergardt had responded to an apartment complex and was waiting in the parking lot for backup when the suspect came downstairs and shot the head. The suspect strangled his girlfriend before committing suicide. Deputy Hintergardt had been with the Riverside County Sheriff’s Department for four years and was survived by his expectant wife and 16-month-old daughter. Please read “There May Not Be Another Day!” by Deputy Hintergardt’s surviving spouse, Linda (Hintergardt) Soubirous