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Reserve Officer Gerald H. Erickson | Hillsboro Police Department, Oregon Hillsboro Police Department, Oregon

Reserve Officer

Gerald H. Erickson

Hillsboro Police Department, Oregon

End of Watch: Thursday, February 28, 1980

Bio & Incident Details

Age: 37

Tour: Not available

Badge # Not available

Cause: Heart attack

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Reserve Officer Erickson suffered a fatal heart attack while assisting the Washington County Sheriff's Department search for an armed robbery suspect. Officer Erickson and his canine partner, Nero, were tracking the suspect when Officer Erickson collapsed.

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I remember that awful night too well! Think of you often. I still get teary eyed remembering. Watching Loris pain was crushing. You are a good memory, and one reason I truly hope there is a hereafter, and you and Lori are once again holding hands.

Pat Allan, Retired
Washington County
November 15, 2014


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