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Detective Sergeant Millard Williams | Youngstown Police Department, Ohio Youngstown Police Department, Ohio

Detective Sergeant

Millard Williams

Youngstown Police Department, Ohio

End of Watch: Tuesday, April 14, 1992

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Age: 39

Tour: Not available

Badge # Not available

Cause: Automobile accident

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Detective Sergeant Williams was killed when his patrol car was struck head-on while he was driving on Oak Street. Another car, attempting to make a left turn, came into his lane and the two cars collided. Both Detective Sergeant Williams and the driver of the other car were pronounced dead at the scene.

Detective Sergeant Williams is survived by his wife and four children.

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My dear dear brother I miss you to this day. Growing up together I learned my brother is special to many people. You still live in our hearts

Norman O. Williams U.S.N. Retired
April 14, 2015


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