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Police Officer Owen David Fisher | Flint Police Department, Michigan Flint Police Department, Michigan

Police Officer

Owen David Fisher

Flint Police Department, Michigan

End of Watch: Saturday, July 16, 2005

Bio & Incident Details

Age: 24

Tour: 4 months

Badge # 838

Cause: Vehicle pursuit

Weapon: Automobile

Offender: Apprehended

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Police Officer Owen Fisher was killed in an automobile accident when the patrol car he was riding in was involved in a collision with a second patrol car during a vehicle pursuit.

The collision occurred at the intersection of DeCamp and Greenly Streets in Burton. The pursuit crossed through three jurisdictions. The collision caused the patrol cars also to collide into a house.

Officers from the Flint Police Department and Michigan State Police continued the pursuit and apprehended the suspect a short time later. The suspect was convicted and sentenced to serve 3 to 15 years for 1st degree fleeing and eluding, 2nd degree fleeing and eluding, and assault with intent to do great bodily harm.

Officer Fisher had served with the Flint Police Department for only four months.

He is survived by his fiancee, parents, sister, and grandmother.

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Thank you for reflection. Whenever an officer dies, it impacts not only his family but all who knew or worked with him or her. It also impacts your own family, friends and colleagues. The memories will never be gone about what happened and how each officer lived.
For us, Owen is a happy memory. I believe you come to reconcile yourself to the circumstances of his death and hope that all who were affected by his death can as well. You also hope that, along with other officers in the department and the country, he is not forgotten.
And, we go on. We know that he was doing exactly what he wanted to do: serve his community. He was proud of being an officer in his home town. That’s a pride we share as well. We talk about him, laugh about him and cry about him. He was and remains a huge part of our lives. He is dearly loved.

Vida Fisher
March 29, 2017


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