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Sergeant Robert W. Baron | Sandoval County Sheriff's Office, New Mexico Sandoval County Sheriff's Office, New Mexico

Sergeant

Robert W. Baron

Sandoval County Sheriff's Office, New Mexico

End of Watch: Friday, December 6, 2013

Bio & Incident Details

Age: 47

Tour: 25 years

Badge # S205

Cause: Struck by vehicle

Incident Date: 12/5/2013

Weapon: Not available

Suspect: Not available

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Sergeant Robert Baron succumbed to injuries sustained the previous day when he was struck by a vehicle on I-25, near San Felipe Pueblo.

Sergeant Baron was investigating a previous accident during a period of blizzard-like conditions when another vehicle lost control and struck him. He was transported to the University of New Mexico Hospital where he remained in a coma until passing away.

He had served with the Sandoval County Sheriff's Office for eight years. He had served in law enforcement for a total of 25 years and had previously served with the National Park Service, Federal Bureau of Prisons, and the Los Angeles County Probation Department.

Sergeant Baron was a charter member of Law Enforcement United. He is survived by his wife, who is also a law enforcement officer and LEU member, and a 10-year-old son.

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Was blessed to hang out with Kysia and Colter at your place on our wall in DC last Tuesday. We are continuing to pray for them Looking forward to seeing you again when my time comes.

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May 17, 2014

 

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