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Police Officer Donald E. Bishop | Town of Brookfield Police Department, Wisconsin Town of Brookfield Police Department, Wisconsin

Police Officer

Donald E. Bishop

Town of Brookfield Police Department, Wisconsin

End of Watch: Saturday, April 13, 2013

Bio & Incident Details

Age: 32

Tour: 2 years

Badge # K355

Cause: Heart attack

Incident Date: 4/12/2013

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Police Officer Don Bishop suffered a fatal heart attack while responding to a burglary call at approximately 11:00 pm.

He suffered the heart attack while driving near the intersection of Jaclyn and Sierra Drives. His patrol car left the roadway and struck a tree. Other responding officers immediately pulled him from the vehicle and began CPR. He was transported to a local hospital where he was later pronounced dead.

Officer Bishop had served with the Town of Brookfield Police Department for two years and also served as a part-time officer with the Village of Eagle Police Department. He had previously served as a reserve officer with the Mukwonago Police Department.

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