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Lieutenant Clyde Wilson Alley, III | Tybee Island Police Department, Georgia Tybee Island Police Department, Georgia


Clyde Wilson Alley, III

Tybee Island Police Department, Georgia

End of Watch: Monday, April 12, 1999

Bio & Incident Details

Age: 34

Tour: 11 years

Badge # 303

Cause: Vehicular assault

Weapon: Automobile

Offender: Guilty of vehicular manslaughter

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Lieutenant Alley was killed when his patrol car struck two palm trees along US Route 80 during a vehicle pursuit of four car break-in suspects. Lieutenant Alley and another officer were conducting surveillance when they noticed four suspicious persons that they wanted to question in relation to recent car break-ins.

After stopping the suspects, the second officer approached the vehicle, which then fled the scene. The second officer got back into the unmarked car and Lieutenant Alley gave chase. The accident occurred approximately 3.5 miles down the road when the suspect's vehicle possibly forced the patrol car off of the road. Lieutenant Alley and the second officer, who was injured in the accident, were wearing seat belts.

One suspect turned himself in two days later and was charged with murder. He was later found guilty of vehicular manslaughter.

Lieutenant Alley had served with the Tybee Island Police Department for 10 years and is survived by a young child.

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Trey Alley was so much more then just a fellow officer to me. Trey was a friend and a teacher. Because of Trey I am where I am today. Trey would allow me to come along with him on fire scenes and teach me the ins and outs of fire investigation. The time I spent with Trey and the knowleged I gained from him have guided me through my career. Trey I could never thank you enough for taking a young kid under your wing and teaching him what it takes to make it in this business.
Rest in peace brother.

Chief Investigator Fred Anderson
Savannah Fire Arson Unit
August 16, 2012


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