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Police Officer Kristian Daniel Willhight | Burns Flat Police Department, Oklahoma Burns Flat Police Department, Oklahoma

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Kristian Daniel Willhight

Burns Flat Police Department, Oklahoma

End of Watch: Thursday, January 23, 2014

Bio & Incident Details

Age: 36

Tour: 10 years

Badge # Not available

Cause: Vehicle pursuit

Weapon: Automobile

Offender: Deceased

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Police Officer Kristian Willhight and Undersheriff Brian Beck were killed when their patrol cars collided at the intersection of CR 2160 and CR 1210, near Dill City, during a vehicle pursuit in Washita County.

Undersheriff Beck had gone to a man's home to serve several felony warrants when the subject fled in his truck. Undersheriff Beck began to pursue the subject and called for backup.

The pursuit lasted for 31 minutes and ended when the subject crashed. Officer Willhight was responding to assist in the pursuit when the two patrol cars collided near Dill City, approximately 3-1/2 miles from where the subject crashed. The subject was also killed.

Officer Willhight had served with the Burns Flat Police Department for 10 years. He is survived by his 4-year-old daughter.

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Undersheriff Brian D. Beck
Washita County Sheriff's Office, Oklahoma
End of Watch: Thursday, January 23, 2014
Cause: Vehicle pursuit

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Kris, your laughter and smile is missed every day. You a thought of often and talked about among friends. You always had a funny story or a joke to make the day seem more bearable and worth the effort. I had the greatest opportunity to be able to work with you. Know that everyone you touch in your life still keeps you in their lives everyday. Every time I drive through BF, I remember some of the "trouble" you and I would get into. You are greatly missed. Good night my brother. I know you are doing well where you are, giving your advice to those around you, whether they need it or not.

Former BFPD
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January 28, 2016


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