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Sheriff Edmond Dull | Monroe County Sheriff's Office, Michigan Monroe County Sheriff's Office, Michigan

Sheriff

Edmond Dull

Monroe County Sheriff's Office, Michigan

End of Watch: Friday, August 5, 1910

Bio & Incident Details

Age: 47

Tour: 8 years

Badge # Not available

Cause: Gunfire

Incident Date: 8/1/1910

Weapon: Gun; Unknown type

Offender: Sentenced to life

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Sheriff Dull succumbed to a gunshot wound sustained five days earlier while attempting to arrest a suspect who had robbed a man and then thrown the man off of a train. As Sheriff Dull approached the suspect, the man produced a gun and shot him. Sheriff Dull was taken to Robinwood Hospital in Toledo, Ohio, where he succumbed to his wounds. The suspect was captured a short time later.

The suspect was convicted of first degree murder and sentenced to life in prison on August 17, 1910. He was also wanted for murder in Ontario, Canada.

Sheriff Dull had been sheriff for 8 years and was serving his third term.

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My faithful servant.
You were called upon to serve others.
You were asked to see, what no man should ever have to see.
To go through, what no man should ever have to go through.
But you did so with pride, honor, and integrity.

My faithful servant.
You were called upon to defend those, who could not defend themselves.
To provide justice to those, who did not respect it.
To lay down your life, if the time called for it.
Again, you did not question what was asked of you.
You did it with love, compassion, and loyalty.

My faithful servant.
In times of adversity, you prayed for strength.
In times of triumph, you praised your Lord.
You served your Country, State, and city proud.
Your service will forever be remembered by the many lives you’ve touched.

My faithful servant.
When your service on this earth is finally complete.
I will welcome you home with open arms.
I will embrace you and proclaim,
“Well done thou good and faithful servant.”


I wrote this when I lost a good friend (Police officer) to a horrible disease (cancer). I think it applies to all law enforcement officers (that’s who I had in mind as I wrote), but it resonates most when we lose one in the line of duty…RIP my brother.

SGT BARTON
GARDEN CITY PD
August 1, 2013

 

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