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Police Officer Daryl R. Pierson | Rochester Police Department, New York Rochester Police Department, New York

Police Officer

Daryl R. Pierson

Rochester Police Department, New York

End of Watch: Wednesday, September 3, 2014

Bio & Incident Details

Age: 32

Tour: 8 years

Badge # 46

Military veteran

Cause: Gunfire

Weapon: Handgun

Offender: Shot and wounded

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Police Officer Daryl Pierson was shot and killed near the intersection of Hudson Avenue and Warsaw Street while involved in a foot pursuit of a suspect following a traffic stop.

The man that Officer Pierson was chasing had been paroled only three weeks prior while serving a sentence for attempted armed robbery. On July 16th, 2015, the suspect was sentenced to life in prison without the possibility of parole, along with a sentence of 55 years to life in prison, to be served consecutively for aggravated murder of a police officer and attempted aggravated murder of a police officer, respectively.

A bystander was also wounded by the gunfire.

Officer Pierson was a veteran of the National Guard and had served with the Rochester Police Department for eight years. He is survived by his wife and two young children.

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Rest in peace Daryl. You will be missed. Thank you for your service..

Deputy Director of Operations
Dansville Ambulance Company
October 13, 2015


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