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Officer Paul Thomas Prince William County Police Department, Virginia


Paul Thomas "Pete" White, Jr.

Prince William County Police Department, Virginia

End of Watch: Saturday, October 27, 1973

Bio & Incident Details

Age: 23

Tour: 3 years

Badge # Not available

Cause: Automobile accident

Incident Date: 10/21/1973

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Officer Pete White succumbed to injuries received six days earlier when he was involved in an automobile accident at the intersection of Route 234 and Route 15, in the Haymarket area.

He was responding to the scene of another accident when his vehicle struck a ditch, overturned, and caught fire.

Officer White had served with the Prince William County Police Department for two years and had previously served with the Metropolitan Police Department, in Washington, DC, for one year. He was survived by his wife, parents, and two brothers.

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Pete, I assure you that you are still in the thoughts of many of
your Law Enforcement Brothers.

I remember you vividly when I was an MPDC Police Cadet, in 1970, at old number 7 precinct in Georgetown. We always called you "PT" then, for the first 2 initials on your name tag.


Det. Pete J. Bignotti Sr (Ret. 2001)
Washington DC, Police Department
February 28, 2015


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