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Posted: 5/21/2003 9:17:48 PM EST
[b]Sergeant Shelby Green Anderson County Sheriff's Department, TX End of Watch: Thursday, May 15, 2003 Biographical Info Age: 39 Tour of Duty: 10 yrs Incident Details Cause of Death: Gunfire Date of Incident: Thursday, May 15, 2003 Weapon Used: Gun; Unknown type Suspect Info: At large Sergeant Green was shot and killed while attempting to apprehend several burglary suspects. He observed a suspicious vehicle and attempted to stop it but was led on a short chase down FM 2961. Shots were fired during the pursuit and Sergeant Green was fatally wounded. Backup officers located his body on the roadway near his last known location. The suspects fled the scene and remain at large. Sergeant Green had been with the Anderson County Sheriff's Department for ten years and is survived by his wife and three children.[/b] [url]http://www.odmp.org/officer.php?oid=16853[/url] Thank you Sgt for your willingness to make the ultimate sacrifice in the service of your community. You are but one of many, but the price you paid is remembered and appreciated.
Link Posted: 5/21/2003 9:22:10 PM EST
21 gun Salute [USA] Sgtar15
Link Posted: 5/22/2003 3:38:13 AM EST
BTT for the new Fallen Officer of the Day thread. R E S P E C T .
Link Posted: 5/22/2003 11:15:08 AM EST
BTT. I would hate for someone to miss having a moment to ponder his sacrifice.
Link Posted: 5/22/2003 1:09:58 PM EST
Link Posted: 5/22/2003 1:39:49 PM EST
[url]http://www.mysanantonio.com/news/apwire/story.cfm?xla=apwire&xlb=1&xlc=999271[/url] Seven bullets recovered in East Texas deputy's shooting The Associated Press Web Posted : 05/20/2003 3:59 AM Seven bullets fired through an East Texas lawman's vehicle have been recovered as the investigation continues into his fatal shooting. Anderson County sheriff's officers said Monday more clues were sought in the slaying of Deputy Shelby Green. He was found early Thursday, slumped against the open door of his unmarked patrol car, by a fellow deputy. Green had been shot in the chest. Green, 39, was on his way to back up another officer on a domestic disturbance call when he noticed a suspicious vehicle at a Bradford area store where he thought a burglary might be taking place, an investigator said earlier. Chief Deputy Mike Link said Green's weapon was found about 10 to 12 feet below Catfish Creek Bridge on Farm-to-Market Road 2961, along the waterway. Authorities have said Green's weapon had been fired multiple times. Sheriff's investigator Chuck Franklin said authorities still have no suspects in the case. "The investigation is ongoing," he told the Palestine Herald-Press in Tuesday's online edition, "and we're continuing to beat the bushes to find out who might have been involved in this." Minutes before his death, Green radioed that he was involved in a pursuit between Bradford and Cayuga. The veteran lawman described the vehicle as a silver-colored pickup, possibly a Chevrolet. Green's vehicle, recovered in the remote area of northwestern Anderson County on the northern boundary of Gus A. Engeling Wildlife Management Area, had six bullet holes through the front windshield and another through the driver's side window. Franklin said the recovered bullets will be sent to the Texas Department of Public Safety laboratory in Tyler for analysis. Green, who began as a part-time dispatcher with the sheriff's department, was a 10-year veteran. He received an award last year from the Drug Enforcement Administration. Information from: Palestine Herald-Press 05/20/2003
Link Posted: 5/22/2003 1:52:36 PM EST
10-7,10-42. [USA]
Link Posted: 5/22/2003 3:05:46 PM EST
BTT for a fallen brother. The blue line gets a little thinner.
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