Detective Robin Ann Arnold

Detective Robin Ann Arnold

Manistee County Sheriff's Department, Michigan

End of Watch Friday, February 4, 1994

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Robin Ann Arnold

Detective Robin Arnold was killed in a vehicle crash on Quarterline Road near Deer Run Road in Mason County while returning from training with the regional narcotics task force.

She was traveling northbound on Quaterline Road when her undercover vehicle crossed the center line as the result of icy conditions on the roadway. Her vehicle was then struck by an oncoming vehicle.

Detective Arnold had served with the Manistee County Sheriff's Department for nine years and was assigned to the State Scherriff Chief Enforcement Narcotics Team (SSCENT) a month before she died. She is survived by her husband and two step-sons.

Bio

  • Age 38
  • Tour 9 years, 1 month
  • Badge Not available

Incident Details

  • Cause Automobile crash

routine driving, weather

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Another year has passed my friend and I still think of you often. Last month at West Shore Community College they had a special memorial dedication for those who gave the ultimate sacrifice. Your gleaming smile now can be seen by the general public, the recruits, and even me more often as I am still teaching in the Police Academy to our future recruits, and I get to see that beautiful wall of honor recognizing you and others who gave their life as a public servant every time I pass by through the lobby at the Riemer Regional Public Safety Center.
I think you of often and remember you especially today some 28 years later. Rest in peace Robin!

John O'Hagan Retired Sheriff
Manistee County Sheriff's Office

February 4, 2022

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