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Deputy Sheriff Michael Brandon Lassiter | Covington County Sheriff's Office, Alabama Covington County Sheriff's Office, Alabama

Deputy Sheriff

Michael Brandon Lassiter

Covington County Sheriff's Office, Alabama

End of Watch: Thursday, April 8, 2004

Bio & Incident Details

Age: 31

Tour: 2 months

Badge # 2317

Cause: Vehicular assault

Weapon: Automobile; Alcohol involved

Offender: Killed in collision

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Deputy Michael Lassiter was killed when his patrol car was struck head-on by a vehicle driven by a drunk driver.

The incident occurred on Highway 84, about two miles east of Andalusia, at 2:45 am. The drunk driver was also killed in the collision.

Deputy Lassiter had only served with the Covington County Sheriff's Office for 2 months and had previously served with the Florala Police Department. He is survived by his parents, and grandmother.

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Brandon,

It is so very hard for me to believe that you are gone and that it has been 11 years since your passing. It is something I will NEVER forget. I too, took your death VERY, VERY HARD, and I've tried on numerous occasions to leave you a note, but was always unable to get through the tears. I think of you all the time still, and will forever hold onto your laugh. I can hear it as if it were yesterday. I am so very sorry for the way things ended between the two of us, but you would be happy to know though, that your Mother and I have taken several of our trips together to Birmingham since your passing (just like old times). I was going through some of my things at my parents' home just the other day, and even found our pictures that we had made together - WOW! How time does pass; I can honestly say now though, that I've finally been able to forgive myself for the guilt that I felt after your death. And although time doesn't stand still for anyone, you will ALWAYS be a part of me, and I will never, EVER forget you, and the time we spent together. I have some awesome memories of us together, just like most everyone else who has written on your page, but I still to this day, believe that ours were "extra special." After all, you did get married on my birthday! I loved you then, and will go on loving you forever.

Susan
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April 8, 2015

 

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