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Deputy Sheriff Mark William Brown | King County Sheriff's Office, Washington King County Sheriff's Office, Washington

Deputy Sheriff

Mark William Brown

King County Sheriff's Office, Washington

End of Watch: Saturday, February 27, 1999

Bio & Incident Details

Age: 38

Tour: 10 years

Badge # Not available

Cause: Motorcycle accident

Incident Date: 2/25/1999

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Deputy Brown died two days after being involved in a motorcycle accident while responding to a false robbery alarm at a bank. He was responding with lights and siren when a car pulled out in front of him, causing him to collide with it. Deputy Brown suffered head and internal injuries in the accident. He was put on life support for two days and died after being removed from it.

Deputy Brown had served with the agency for 10 years. He is survived by his wife and two children.

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Still think of you so often.
Still miss having you to talk and laugh with.
Even during shifts that sucked, knowing you would be at a call or we could meet for a car to car would make the shift better.

October 1, 2015


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