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Patrol Officer Frank M. Levy | Anderson Police Department, Indiana Anderson Police Department, Indiana

Patrol Officer

Frank M. Levy

Anderson Police Department, Indiana

End of Watch: Monday, November 25, 1935

Bio & Incident Details

Age: 57

Tour: 6 years

Badge # 114

Cause: Gunfire

Weapon: Handgun; .45 caliber

Offender: No charges filed

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Officer Frank Levy was shot and killed while investigating a suspicious vehicle at 10th and John streets.

It was suspected the shooters were members of the Brady Gang, who were also responsible for the murders of Officer Richard Rivers of the Indianapolis Police Department, and Trooper Paul Minneman of the Indiana State Police. No one was ever charged with Officer Levy's murder.

Officer Levy had served with the Anderson Police Department for six years.

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Related Line of Duty Deaths

Officer Richard Rivers
Indianapolis Police Department, Indiana
End of Watch: Monday, April 27, 1936
Cause: Gunfire

Trooper Paul Vincent Minneman
Indiana State Police, Indiana
End of Watch: Thursday, May 27, 1937
Cause: Gunfire

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Rest in Peace, Officer Levy. Your sacrifice is not forgotten.

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February 4, 2013


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