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Chief Deputy Sheriff Allen Ray Lafayette County Sheriff's Office, Arkansas

Chief Deputy Sheriff

Allen Ray "Pete" Richardson

Lafayette County Sheriff's Office, Arkansas

End of Watch: Monday, March 17, 2014

Bio & Incident Details

Age: 50

Tour: 19 years

Badge # Not available

Cause: Vehicular assault

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Chief Deputy Sheriff Pete Richardson was killed in a three car collision on Highway 82, west of Lewisville, shortly before 3:00 pm.

He was transporting homeless man to a shelter in Miller County when the man grabbed the steering wheel, causing his department vehicle to collide with another passenger vehicle and a tractor trailer.

The subject he was transported was charged with second degree murder.

Chief Deputy Richardson had served with the Lafayette County Sheriff's Office for 19 years.

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Good afternoon,

My name is Angela Hemanes and I work for the Tallahassee Police Department in Tallahassee, Florida.

I am seeking help in finding the family of fallen Chief Deputy Sheriff Pete Richardson. I rode in his honor for the Police Unity Tour last week and would love to be able to send his family the bracelet I wore during the tour.

If you can assist me in locating the family please call me at the Tallahassee Police Department between 8am-5pm. I appreciate your time in advance.

May Chief Deputy Sheriff Pete Richardson rest in peace forever and always. He will never be forgotten!

Thank you,

Angela Hemanes
Tallahassee Police Department
May 19, 2015


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