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Deputy First Class William H. Beebe, Jr. | Harford County Sheriff's Office, Maryland Harford County Sheriff's Office, Maryland

Deputy First Class

William H. Beebe, Jr.

Harford County Sheriff's Office, Maryland

End of Watch: Tuesday, November 28, 2006

Bio & Incident Details

Age: 28

Tour: 2 years

Badge # 732

Cause: Heart attack

Incident Date: 11/27/2006

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Deputy William Beebe suffered a fatal heart attack while responding to a suicidal subject call in Abingdon at 11:50 pm.

After collapsing behind the wheel of the patrol car on Montrose Way, the vehicle left the roadway, went down a 180-foot embankment, and landed in a stream.

Other deputies responding to the same call immediately provided medical care. He was transported to a local hospital where he succumbed to his injuries early the following morning.

Deputy Beebe had served with the Harford County Sheriff's Office for 2 years. He is survived by his fiancee and child.

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Beebe --

I've been thinking of you all week. Two more of us have gone on to meet you again. Please take care of them for us all. Even though they were our senior offiers down here, they're rookies up there.

I still miss you, buddy. I'm happy to know that you're still watching over me, guiding me in my calls. You've protected me before (I know you were there) in my time of need. Thank you for being a part of me. I Love you. From S731 to S732.......

DFC Brian Brandow #731
Harford County Sheriff's Office
February 15, 2016


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