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Deputy Sheriff Jack Brock | Harlan County Sheriff's Department, Kentucky Harlan County Sheriff's Department, Kentucky

Deputy Sheriff

Jack Brock

Harlan County Sheriff's Department, Kentucky

End of Watch: Tuesday, December 7, 1971

Bio & Incident Details

Age: 43

Tour: Not available

Badge # Not available

Cause: Gunfire

Weapon: Handgun; .38 caliber

Offender: Sentenced to Life Imprisonment

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Deputy Brock was shot twice in the back of the head and killed while transporting a prisoner to jail. He had arrested the man for driving while intoxicated. The suspect was arrested the following day and charged with murder. He was convicted and sentenced to life imprisonment.

He was survived by his wife, 10 sons, and 5 daughters.

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Rest in peace Deputy Sheriff Brock. Your courage will be forever remembered. To leave a wife and 15 children behind, you were a family man of morals.

Rabbi Lewis S. Davis
November 20, 2014


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