Patrolman Lloyd Herman Innes

Patrolman Lloyd Herman Innes

New York City Transit Police Department, New York

End of Watch Friday, June 16, 1967

Lloyd Herman Innes

Patrolman Lloyd Innes was shot and killed by a suspect he had shot and wounded during an arrest attempt the year before.

In that incident, Patrolman Innes had awoken a man who was sleeping on a subway train. The man immediately grabbed Patrolman Innes' nightstick and severely beat him with it. Patrolman Innes was able to shoot and wound the suspect.

The suspect and Patrolman Innes lived in the same neighborhood and the suspect repeatedly threatened him. On the day of the incident, the suspect shot and killed Patrolman Innes as he sat in his car in front of his house.

Patrolman Innes was assigned to Transit District 30.

Patrolman Innes had previously served with the United States Army in Korea. He is survived by his wife and three daughters and is buried at Long Island National Cemetery in Farmingdale, New York.

Bio

  • Age 37
  • Tour Not available
  • Badge 1157
  • Military Veteran

Incident Details

  • Cause Gunfire
  • Weapon Handgun; .33 caliber
  • Offender Apprehended

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In memory of a fellow transit officer. I was in the Flushing armory Transit Police academy when the instructors told us about Officer Ennis. The incident stuck in my head for my whole police career 30 Years. I still share the story with others in our profession.
Always remember the fallen.

Rich Von Voigt
Riverhead PD retired

May 20, 2018

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