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Police Officer Matthew Barret Thebeau | Corpus Christi Police Department, Texas Corpus Christi Police Department, Texas

Police Officer

Matthew Barret Thebeau

Corpus Christi Police Department, Texas

End of Watch: Sunday, January 20, 2008

Bio & Incident Details

Age: 25

Tour: 1 year, 9 months

Badge # 1336

Military veteran

Cause: Automobile accident

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Officer Mathew Thebeau was killed in an automobile accident on SH 286 at approximately 2:50 am while responding to an assault-in-progress call.

Officer Thebeau's patrol car struck a concrete wall and straddled the barrier for approximately 50 yards until it impacted an I-beam supporting a highway sign. He was ejected from the patrol car and then struck by another vehicle traveling in the opposite direction. He was transported to Spohn Memorial Medical Center where he was pronounced dead.

Officer Thebeau was a U.S. Navy veteran of Operation Enduring Freedom and had served with the Corpus Christi Police Department for almost 2 years. He is survived by his parents and sister.

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Thinking of you today Matt!!

Sgt Trujillo, Retired
October 12, 2015


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