Police Officer Brian Michael DiBucci

Police Officer Brian Michael DiBucci

Everett Police Department, Washington

End of Watch Thursday, July 15, 1999

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Brian Michael DiBucci

Police Officer Brian DiBucci was killed after he fell approximately 100 feet from a highway overpass following a vehicle pursuit of a suspect.

Other officers were initially involved in the vehicle pursuit of a stolen car, but the suspect vehicle crashed at the east end of the Hewitt Avenue Trestle.

Officer DiBucci was acting as backup and was approaching the scene as the other officers were taking the man into custody. Other officers noticed he had fallen when they spotted his car on an adjoining overpass and radioed to him. After Officer DiBucci did not return the radio calls other officers went to investigate and discovered he had fallen.

The driver who had fled was charged with second-degree murder, eluding police, and possession of stolen property.

Officer DiBucci had served with the Everett Police Department for 1-1/2 years and had previously served with the Tenino Police Department for 2-1/2 years. He is survived by his fiancée.


  • Age 30
  • Tour 4 years
  • Badge 1144

Incident Details

  • Cause Fall
  • Weapon Person
  • Offender Charged with murder

stolen vehicle, vehicle pursuit

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Hollywood, sure miss seeing your face little brother. It had been a while since I had left you a message. I retired from the Fire Department finally and honestly miss it. Not much to cover other than my kids are all grown, my daughter is married to a great guy. The wife and I are at 35 years in marriage and so far she hasn’t attempted anything on my life. Well, I’ll check on you again. Mike

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November 29, 2023

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