Chief of Police Andrew T. Malloy, Sr.

Chief of Police Andrew T. Malloy, Sr.

Lancaster Police Department, New Hampshire

End of Watch Monday, October 11, 1948

Andrew T. Malloy, Sr.

Chief of Police Andrew Malloy and Trooper Harold Johnson, of the New Hampshire State Police, were killed when their patrol car was struck by a train in Groveton after leaving a court hearing. The train was backing up and there were no warnings at the crossing.

A third officer was injured in the accident.

Chief Malloy was survived by his wife and four children.

Bio

  • Age 52
  • Tour Not available
  • Badge Not available

Incident Details

  • Cause Struck by train

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I just did a research project on this fallen officer. I am humbled by what I have found out about Chief Malloy. What was most humbling was his very selfless service to his community; providing the children of his town a friend - he was noted of knowing most of their names (at the time). His death was truly tragic and it shows the uncertainty of the job. He should have lived for many more years selflessly serving his community. He is a man I would have liked to have met.

Rest easy, sir. Do know that there are people who still know about you and there are people who are still appreciative of your selfless service.

Kyle Belouin
Law Enforcement Student

May 17, 2015

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