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Master Patrol Officer Brian T. A. Gibson | Metropolitan Police Department, District of Columbia Metropolitan Police Department, District of Columbia

Master Patrol Officer

Brian T. A. Gibson

Metropolitan Police Department, District of Columbia

End of Watch: Wednesday, February 5, 1997

Bio & Incident Details

Age: 27

Tour: 6 years

Badge # 1187

Cause: Gunfire

Weapon: Handgun

Offender: Sentence to life parole

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Master Patrol Officer Brian Gibson was shot and killed execution style as he was stopped at a traffic light at the intersection of Georgia Avenue and Missouri Avenue, NW.

He was shot by a man who had just been ejected from a night club by another officer. As Officer Gibson sat in his patrol car the suspect approached him and shot him four times. One bullet struck his shoulder and the other three struck him in the left side of his head. The suspect was arrested by other officers as he ran from the scene.

On February 18, 1998, the suspect in the case was found guilty of all charges. On April 23rd, 1998, the subject was sentenced to life in prison without parole.

Officer Gibson had served with the Metropolitan Police Department for six years and was assigned to the Fourth District. He is survived by his wife, two children, parents, and sister.

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My heart goes out to you, Mrs. Gibson. Your story on NBC caught my eye when I saw the date of your son's death. Feb. 5...two years later on that very day, my son, who was 26, was shot and killed while making an arrest in Detroit. I'm so sorry for your loss.
My husband and I, along with my other sons, truly understand your grief, accompanied by the great pride that is felt in having such a fine young man for your son. Know that we send our love and prayers, especially during these holiday seasons, and I know that no matter how many years pass, it still seems like it just happened. Thank you for your testimony of love that you have shown by the 'holiday dinners' you prepared for many years for the D.C. officers. May God continue to bless you and your family in the years to come. We lift prayers to the Lord for all our Officers and their families, and thank God for the privilege of being mothers to these brave officers. We join you in honoring the precious memory of your son Brian.

Donna Rundell
Mother of Officer Richard Scalf E.O.W. 2/5/99
December 18, 2016

 

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