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Sergeant Antone J. F. Nolting | San Francisco Police Department, California San Francisco Police Department, California


Antone J. F. Nolting

San Francisco Police Department, California

End of Watch: Friday, January 8, 1909

Bio & Incident Details

Age: 58

Tour: 14 years

Badge # Not available

Cause: Gunfire

Weapon: Handgun; Pistol

Offender: Paroled in 1919

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Sergeant Antone Nolting was shot and killed by a United States Army soldier on Montgomery Street, near Clay Street.

The soldier, who was very intoxicated, was compelling two companions to march at the point of a pistol. When ordered to give up the pistol by Sergeant Nolting, the soldier shot him.

The soldier was convicted of Sergeant Nolting's murder two months later and sentenced to life in prison. He was paroled on September 19, 1919.

Sergeant Nolting had served with the San Francisco Police Department for 14 years. He was survived by his wife and is buried in the Odd Fellows Cemetery.

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Rest in Peace, Sergeant Nolting. Your sacrifice is not forgotten.

Officer 11169
January 22, 2012


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