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Deputy Sheriff Michael J. McNabb | Klickitat County Sheriff's Department, Washington Klickitat County Sheriff's Department, Washington

Deputy Sheriff

Michael J. McNabb

Klickitat County Sheriff's Department, Washington

End of Watch: Thursday, April 17, 1986

Bio & Incident Details

Age: 26

Tour: Not available

Badge # 14

Cause: Vehicular assault

Weapon: Automobile; Alcohol involved

Offender: Not available

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Deputy Sheriff Michael McNabb was killed when a drunk driver struck his patrol car head-on while he was patrolling State Route 14.

The collision caused Deputy McNabb's patrol car to burst into flames.

On April 17th, 2016, a six mile section of WA State Route 14, between Lyle and Murdock, was dedicated as the Deputy Michael J McNabb Memorial Highway.

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I remember your brother vividly. In school he was always smiling and laugjing. For some resason, (which I don't recall), we went to your house a lot in the summers. Maybe because you lived by Bonham's and Archiuletas's. I don't know. I just know we were always in thst area with my dad for some reason. Anyway, your brother, whether in school or at your house, was always so nice to my sister and I. We were a few years younger but he never seemed to care we were underclassmen, like so many others did at that time. He had that big smile, that wonderful booming laugh and that kind spirit. I never really knew him but he made an impression on me at that young age, as to what a decent, caring human should be and helped to set the bar for what I should look for in all people.
I am so sorry for your loss so many years ago, but will be proud every time I drive the highway that I met and went to school with your wonderful brother, Kathy & family

Julie Espey
Lyle Alumni
September 11, 2016

 

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