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Patrolman George W. Frazier | Kingsport Police Department, Tennessee Kingsport Police Department, Tennessee

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George W. Frazier

Kingsport Police Department, Tennessee

End of Watch: Monday, May 30, 1938

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Cause: Heart attack

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Patrolman Frazier suffered a fatal heart attack following a shootout that involved several officers and a suspect near Cooks Valley. Constable Bruce Barker, of the Sullivan County Twelfth District Constable's Office, was shot and killed during the shootout.

The suspect was wounded but later arrested. He was convicted of second degree murder and sentenced to 20 years in prison.

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Constable Bruce Barker
Sullivan County Twelfth District Constable's Office, Tennessee
End of Watch: Monday, May 30, 1938
Cause: Gunfire

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Patrolman George Frazier was my Great-Grandfather. I reflect upon his legacy as I serve as a Deputy Sheriff protecting the public from the criminal element.

Sergeant Mike Frazier
Richland County Sheriffs Department
December 23, 2015

 

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