Officer Raymond V. Sinclair

Officer Raymond V. Sinclair

Metropolitan Police Department, District of Columbia

End of Watch Friday, December 28, 1934

Raymond V. Sinclair

Officer Raymond Sinclair was injured when his motorcycle was struck by a vehicle which attempted to make a left turn on Bladensburg Road, NE, at Queens Chapel Road.

Officer Sinclair was in the process of passing the vehicle on the left at the time of the accident. He died the next day from his injuries.

Eight years earlier, in 1926, Officer Sinclair made 3,482 arrests and got convictions in all but 13 of them. He had served with the Metropolitan Police Department for nine years. He was survived by his wife.

Bio

  • Age Not available
  • Tour 9 years
  • Badge Not available

Incident Details

  • Cause Motorcycle crash
  • Incident Date Thursday, December 27, 1934

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My first day at the Metropolitan Police academy was on December 28, 2015. My class had to pick a fallen officer that we would commemorate and I decided that we choose you because our first day in 2015 was unfortunately your last day in 1934. Six months later I graduated the academy and the serial number on the back of my badge was 1934. We got the watch from here. Thank you for your service.

Officer Bouaichi
Metropolitan Police Department

April 11, 2018

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