Sergeant Julian Narvaez

Sergeant Julian Narvaez

Bernalillo County Sheriff's Department, New Mexico

End of Watch Wednesday, March 26, 1969

Julian Narvaez

Sergeant Julian Narvaez was shot and killed during a felony stop on a vehicle occupied by four suspects. While talking with one of the suspects a struggle ensued and the man produced a handgun. The suspect dropped his gun but was able to gain control of Sergeant Narvaez's weapon and shoot him. The man was arrested but his first trial ended in a hung jury. After the trial the man fled to Mexico and was never recaptured.

Sergeant Narvaez had served with the agency for 8 years. He was survived by his expectant expectant wife, son, and four daughters.

Bio

  • Age 31
  • Tour 8 years
  • Badge Not available

Incident Details

  • Cause Gunfire
  • Weapon Officer's handgun
  • Offender At large

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Sergeant Narvaez,

I want you to know I met your daughter Juliann recently. She is the most charismatic, energetic, and positive woman one could ever hope to meet. The way she turned out most certainly has to do with your genetic and angelic guidance.

I wish I could have met you and heard about stories from “back in the day”. I know you are watching over your family still, and I hope to meet you in whatever the after life provides us all.

God bless you for your sacrifice and service to the county of Bernalillo. I hope the piece of filth who murdered you suffered a painful and miserable, long drawn out death.

Mark Aragon 1990-2016 (retired)
Albuquerque Police Department

September 4, 2018

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