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Deputy Sheriff Wesley Mack | Columbia County Sheriff's Office, Georgia Columbia County Sheriff's Office, Georgia

Deputy Sheriff

Wesley Mack

Columbia County Sheriff's Office, Georgia

End of Watch: Monday, July 12, 2004

Bio & Incident Details

Age: 46

Tour: 7 years

Badge # T-6

Military veteran

Cause: Motorcycle crash

Incident Date: 7/11/2004

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Deputy Sheriff Wesley Mack succumbed to injuries sustained in a motorcycle accident the previous day on I-20.

He had just completed a traffic stop and was merging back onto the highway from the median, when his motorcycle collided with an SUV.

He was flown to Medical College of Georgia Hospital where he succumbed to serious head injuries the following day.

Deputy Mack was a U.S. Army veteran and had served with the Columbia County Sheriff's Office for seven years. He is survived by his three children.

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It still hurts as much now as it did then...I miss you Brother!

From 2004:

I cannot tell you how much I miss you. These words will never be enough to let the world know what a loss we've experienced. You are a great friend and brother. I am proud to say I served with you. You touched the lives of everyone around you in a positive way. I am a better person for having known you. Hannah misses her "favorite policeman." There is not one time the crosses set for you on I-20 do not remind her and my wife of you. Hannah is 6, though, and it's hard to tell her she'll see you again. But we can all rest easy knowing that you don't hurt anymore. We know the streets of Heaven are safer. Everyone there, I'm sure, is getting to know you and you are now their favorite T-6. God let us know that you did your job and he took you home. We'll stay here and try to fill shoes that are very difficult to fill. My heart goes out to your family. All they have to do is call and we are here for them. I love you my brother. Brian (P-Rock)

Investigator Brian c. Jones
Columbia County Sheriff's Office
September 20, 2004

Captain Brian C. Jones
Augusta Technical College
Peace Officers Training Academy
Columbia County Sheriff's Office (Retired)
February 15, 2017


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