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Police Officer Peter Alan Grignon | Louisville Metro Police Department, Kentucky Louisville Metro Police Department, Kentucky

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Peter Alan Grignon

Louisville Metro Police Department, Kentucky

End of Watch: Wednesday, March 23, 2005

Bio & Incident Details

Age: 27

Tour: 2 years

Badge # 6338

Cause: Gunfire

Weapon: Gun; Unknown type

Offender: Committed suicide

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Officer Peter Grignon was shot and killed while investigating an incident in which a car was seen driving through a homeowner's yard on Accasia Drive.

Officer Grignon responded to the scene at approximately 0630 hours. After a short search, he located the suspected vehicle burning nearby. Moments later, he was confronted by two subjects and shot twice in the head and neck. One of the suspects then committed suicide. The second suspect was taken into custody.

He was transported to University Hospital where he succumbed to his wounds about two hours later.

Officer Grignon had served with the Louisville Metro Police Department for 2 years, and was assigned to the 2nd Division. He is survived by his wife and parents.

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