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Sergeant John Mathew Maki | Celeste Police Department, Texas Celeste Police Department, Texas


John Mathew Maki

Celeste Police Department, Texas

End of Watch: Tuesday, February 10, 2004

Bio & Incident Details

Age: 33

Tour: 2 years

Badge # 301

Cause: Automobile accident

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Sergeant John Maki was killed in an automobile accident while en route to assist an ongoing investigation.

He was called in the work from a day off at the request of the police chief to assist in the investigation. Sergeant Maki was driving on FM 544 when he was involved in an accident with another vehicle. He was flown to Parkland Hospital in Dallas where he was pronounced dead.

Sergeant Maki had served with the Celeste Police Department for 2 years. He is survived by his parents.

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John, your are gone but never forgotten. Thank God for heros like you.

Chief Clifton Knight
Dallas City Marshal's Office
March 17, 2015


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