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Sergeant Robert Warren Crapse, Sr. | Bryan County Sheriff's Office, Georgia Bryan County Sheriff's Office, Georgia


Robert Warren Crapse, Sr.

Bryan County Sheriff's Office, Georgia

End of Watch: Friday, June 15, 2012

Bio & Incident Details

Age: 32

Tour: 13 years

Badge # 137

Cause: Automobile accident

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Sergeant Bobby Crapse was killed when his patrol vehicle was struck head-on by a wrong way driver on I-95, near mile mark 97 in Chatham County, at approximately 2:15 am. The subject was driving without lights.

He had just completed a traffic control assignment and was driving back to the north part of Bryan County when the crash occurred. Sergeant Crapse's canine partner sustained very minor injuries in the crash.

Sergeant Crapse had served with the Bryan County Sheriff's Office for 13 years and was posthumously promoted to Sergeant. He is survived by his wife and three children.

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It is so hard to believe it has been 3 years!!!! You were such a gentleman and always smiling. Heaven got a wonderful angel! But wish you were still here :(

June 15, 2015


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