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Deputy Sheriff Keith Alan Fricke | Harris County Sheriff's Office, Texas Harris County Sheriff's Office, Texas

Deputy Sheriff

Keith Alan Fricke

Harris County Sheriff's Office, Texas

End of Watch: Wednesday, June 4, 1997

Bio & Incident Details

Age: 38

Tour: 13 years

Badge # Not available

Cause: Motorcycle accident

Incident Date: 5/23/1997

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Deputy Fricke succumbed to injuries sustained 10 days earlier when his motorcycle was struck by another vehicle while escorting a funeral procession in Richmond, Texas. The other vehicle turned through the procession and collided with Deputy Fricke's motorcycle so hard that it caused his helmet strap to break, resulting in severe head injuries. He was transported to a local hospital where he remained on life support until his death 10 days later.

Deputy Fricke had served with the Harris County Sheriff's Department for 13 years. He was survived by his wife and son.

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hi BRo,
thinking of you alot lately. i feel like you are with me whenever you cross my thoughts. i hope this is so.
still love you and miss you lots.


karin oneill/ sister
June 4, 2015


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