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Corporal Jeremy Caleb McLaren | Spring Hill Police Department, Tennessee Spring Hill Police Department, Tennessee


Jeremy Caleb McLaren

Spring Hill Police Department, Tennessee

End of Watch: Sunday, February 7, 2010

Bio & Incident Details

Age: 28

Tour: 3 years, 6 months

Badge # 215

Cause: Automobile accident

Incident Date: 2/5/2010

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Corporal Jeremy McLaren succumbed to injuries sustained in an automobile accident in Columbia two days earlier.

He was returning to Spring Hill from the Maury County Jail at approximately 6:30 pm when the driver of a pickup truck ran a red light and struck his patrol car.

Corporal McLaren had served with the Spring Hill Police Department for three years. He is survived by his parents and four siblings.

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A few days ago on Feb 5th, I was standing in the business we all used to call the "office". I was approached by someone who used to work at one of the restaurants that you & I ate at when we were on shift. After speaking with them for a few moments, they mentioned you and offered their condolences as they knew you and I were close friends. All this seemed significant to me as the date of your car crash was Feb 5th. Even though I know that you're in a better place, there's not a day that goes by that I don't think about all the good times we had. You will always be missed & never forgotten brother!

Cpl. Mike Stewart
February 7, 2014


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