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Deputy Sheriff Ervid Theodore Clemons | Carlton County Sheriff's Department, Minnesota Carlton County Sheriff's Department, Minnesota

Deputy Sheriff

Ervid Theodore Clemons

Carlton County Sheriff's Department, Minnesota

End of Watch: Thursday, August 26, 1993

Bio & Incident Details

Age: 47

Tour: 23 years

Badge # 302

Cause: Gunfire

Weapon: Gun; Unknown type

Offender: Not available

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Deputy Ervid Clemons was shot and killed on Folz Boulevard by a man with a history of mental illness. As officers planned a SWAT team entry into the suspect's home the man rushed out and opened fire, striking Deputy Clemons. The suspect was shot and killed by other officers.

Deputy Clemons had served with the agency for 23 years. He was survived by his wife and two adult children.

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20 years have quickly sped by. You have never been forgotten by a community you were protecting that fateful day. We will never forget you and the ultimate sacrifice you gave or how that day changed your families lives forever. Rest in Peace my friend and Blessings to your family.

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August 23, 2013


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