Deputy Sheriff Nicolas Blane Dixon

Deputy Sheriff Nicolas Blane Dixon

Hall County Sheriff's Office, Georgia

End of Watch Sunday, July 7, 2019

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Nicolas Blane Dixon

Deputy Sheriff Nicolas Dixon was shot and killed following a vehicle pursuit of a stolen vehicle at approximately 11:15 pm.

The vehicle was believed to have been connected to several burglaries and car break-ins over the previous days. A vehicle pursuit started when deputies attempted to stop it. Multiple suspects then fled on foot after the car crashed. Deputy Dixon pursued one of the suspects and exchanged shots with him in the 600 block of Highland Avenue.

Deputy Dixon was fatally shot during the exchange and the suspect was seriously wounded. A second suspect was apprehended approximately eight hours later and the two remaining suspects were apprehended the following day. One of the men who was taken into custody was charged with murder.

Deputy Dixon had served with the Hall County Sheriff's Office for three years. He is survived by his wife, two sons, parents, two brothers, and grandparents.


  • Age 28
  • Tour 3 years
  • Badge P90

Incident Details

  • Cause Gunfire
  • Weapon Gun; Unknown type
  • Offender Charged with murder

foot pursuit, stolen vehicle, vehicle pursuit

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4 months, 4 months...many of us had time to mourn others are still healing and some have accepted the fact of your passing. There’s not a single day that goes by when I don’t think of you, I remember you giving me a hard time when I first started, all in good faith of course. But something I know I’ll never in my life ever forget is your smile. You brought joy, laughter and Fun to this community, there are so so many memories that I can think of with you but that’ll just go on for quite a while. One I do remember very much is when you and I would stick pens inside Officer Walker’s vest on he back to where her arms couldn’t reach or when I’d get called to booking to translate for you, while my time there one thing I always wanted to learn very well is how to be the best damn booking officer there was, you were efficient because you had a good partner next to you in classifications and none of us will ever forget you. We love you Dixon and will always think of you. - Jail #125

Patrol #90 Strong!

(Former) Officer Edgar Perez
Hall County Sheriffs Office

November 6, 2019

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