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Trooper Harold B. Johnson | New Hampshire State Police, New Hampshire New Hampshire State Police, New Hampshire


Harold B. Johnson

New Hampshire State Police, New Hampshire

End of Watch: Monday, October 11, 1948

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Age: 60

Tour: 24 years

Badge # 1

Cause: Struck by train

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Trooper Harold Johnson and Chief Andrew Malloy, of the Lancaster Police Department, were killed when their cruiser was struck by a train while returning from a court hearing in Groveton.

A third officer was injured in the accident.

Trooper Johnson had been with the agency for 24 years. He was survived by his wife, son, and two daughters.

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Chief of Police Andrew T. Malloy, Sr.
Lancaster Police Department, New Hampshire
End of Watch: Monday, October 11, 1948
Cause: Struck by train

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In our time of what seems to be undaunted hatred for the brave men and women who wear the badge of honor I wanted you and your family to know that many of us greatly appreciate your sacrifice. 67 years may have passed but you are not forgotten.

TFC Charles Hanson
Retired, NH State Police
May 23, 2015


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