Patrolman Justin Cain

Patrolman Justin Cain

LaGrange Police Department, Georgia

End of Watch Sunday, July 23, 2000

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Justin Cain

Patrolman Justin Cain succumbed to injuries sustained five months earlier when his patrol car struck a concrete pylon and a tree.

He was on a lunch break at the time when his vehicle accelerated for unknown reasons through a shopping center parking lot and struck the pylon.

Patrolman Cain was a United States Persian Gulf Army Military Police veteran and had served with the LaGrange Police Department for two years. He is survived by his parents and his sister.

Bio

  • Age 25
  • Tour 7 years
  • Badge Not available
  • Military Veteran

Incident Details

  • Cause Automobile crash
  • Incident Date Sunday, February 13, 2000

routine driving

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Officer Justin Cain was under my father’s command as he was Justin’s Sergeant. Justin was such an incredible guy who was one of the nicest, kind hearted, respectful and just downright a really great young man who loved what he did for a living. He was a K9 Handler and his dog was brought into the hospital when Justin was there and stayed with him until he ultimately died. Years later with another handler his dog was killed by a man who he had tracked and tried to capture but was sadly intentionally drowned by a criminal. When Justin died my father was truly heartbroken because of how much he loved Justin. I also remember him very well and he was a one of a kind guy and the type of man that you wish could’ve be your big brother type of guy. My dad worked with the LaGrange Police Department for 30 years and had been a LEO for a total of or close to 38 years.

Cody Olson
Blue blood family

November 16, 2022

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