Constable Edward Earl Flora

Constable Edward Earl Flora

Warren County Constable's Office, Kentucky

End of Watch Friday, October 26, 1990

Edward Earl Flora

Constable Flora was shot and killed while investigating an accident near his home. As he attempted to locate the driver and passengers of a wrecked car a juvenile approached him from behind him and shot him in the back of the head with a .22 caliber handgun. He left Constable Flora unconscious and fled the scene. Constable Flora regained consciousness and called for assistance. He was transported to a hospital where he succumbed to his injuries. The suspect was apprehended shortly after the shooting. The car which was wrecked had been stolen by the juvenile earlier in the day.

The 17 year-old suspect was convicted of murder and sentenced to life in prison.

Constable Flora had been with the agency for 26 years and was survived by his wife, daughter, and two sons.

Bio

  • Age 63
  • Tour 26 years
  • Badge Not available

Incident Details

  • Cause Gunfire
  • Weapon Handgun; .22 caliber
  • Offender Sentenced to life

Most Recent Reflection

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Pa, we are nearing the 28th year that you were taken from us. As I sit here today and look across the field at your house, I can’t help to be sad. I miss you so much and I often find myself asking you for advise. Times have really been tough for me this year, but I always remember my family bond and that I can overcome anything that’s thrown at me. Your great grandson whom you never got to meet has given you a great-great grandson. He will be 1 also this month. A lot of Birthdays in Oct. Mine, Casey, Janet, and now Knox. We are all so blessed to have had the time we had with you. Even tho my time was only 16 years, I’m just so thankful you taught me the love and respect I have today. Mimmie has kept the family together and I can only pray after she is gone we all stay close and together. Crystal has always been the mother hen of getting things together (cause she is the oldest grandchild lol) and I’m glad she does. Anyways I was just sitting here looking at all you built over the years and wanted to write you. I miss you and love you Pa, more than you know. I will always keep your name alive and us grandkids, great grandkids and now great great grandkids will do our best to keep Brian Woodcock in jail. May you Rest In Peace and see ya on the other side.

Tonya Beck
2nd oldest grandchild

October 8, 2018

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