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Police Chief Steven K. Fleming | Gainesville Police Department, Texas Gainesville Police Department, Texas

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Steven K. Fleming

Gainesville Police Department, Texas

End of Watch: Friday, November 1, 2013

Bio & Incident Details

Age: 44

Tour: 22 years

Badge # 29

Cause: Fall

Incident Date: 10/25/2013

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Police Chief Steven Fleming succumbed to injuries sustained one week earlier when he fell form a ladder at the police department's evidence building on October 25th, 2013.

He was transported to a local hospital, where he remained until succumbing to the injuries on November 1st, 2013.

Chief Fleming had served with the Gainesville Police Department for 22 years. He is survived by his wife and daughter.

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I rode the Heros Ride this morning in Conroe, Tx. The ride was put on by Texas Wheels of Justice. Proceeds go to support the Fallen Law Officers Memorial in Washington DC. Each rider wore a wrist band with the name of the fallen hero they rode for. It was my honor to ride for your loved one, your friend, one of your own, Chief Steven Fleming. I am sorry for your loss.

P Murdock
October 17, 2015


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