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Sergeant Mark Maynard Dryer | Arizona Department of Public Safety, Arizona Arizona Department of Public Safety, Arizona


Mark Maynard Dryer

Arizona Department of Public Safety, Arizona

End of Watch: Saturday, July 3, 1993

Bio & Incident Details

Age: 35

Tour: Not available

Badge # 9764

Cause: Vehicular assault

Weapon: Automobile; Alcohol involved

Offender: Sentenced to 15 years

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Sergeant Dryer was killed when he was struck by a drunk driver during a traffic stop near Phoenix. The driver of the vehicle was sentenced to 15 years.

Sergeant Dryer was the first reserve officer with his agency to be killed in the line of duty.

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Every time I stop at the rest stop in Sacaton, I always stop at your memorial site, I didn't know you at all but wanted to say thank you for your service. Thoughts and prayers to family and friends left behind. May you always rest in peace.

Linda Carrillo
July 20, 2015


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