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Police Officer Edrees Mukhtar | San Antonio Police Department, Texas San Antonio Police Department, Texas

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Edrees Mukhtar

San Antonio Police Department, Texas

End of Watch: Saturday, December 29, 2012

Bio & Incident Details

Age: 28

Tour: 1 year, 7 months

Badge # 0804

Cause: Automobile accident

Incident Date: 12/10/2012

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Police Officer Edrees Mukhtar succumbed to injuries sustained three weeks earlier while responding to a call for service at approximately 2:45 am.

His patrol car slid after striking a wet spot in the 3700 block of Medical Drive, near I-10. The car struck a curb and then collided with an oncoming pickup truck. Officer Mukhtar was transported to University Hospital.

Officer Mukhtar had served with the San Antonio Police Department for 19 months.

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Miss you Bro! It never gets easier! I still miss making calls with you. You're gone but never forgotten! Everytime I hear "Drink a Beer" by Luke Bryan, it makes me think of you bro (even though you didn't like country music!). Keep watching over us bud!

Officer A. Alford #0005
San Antonio Police Department
December 15, 2014


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