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McDonough, GA 30253
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Sergeant James Curtis (Jimmy) Gilbert Sergeant James Curtis (Jimmy) Gilbert
End of Watch: Sunday, May 2, 2004
Age: 41
Tour of Duty: 20 years
Badge Number: 144
Cause of Death: Automobile accident
Date of Incident: Sunday, May 2, 2004

Sergeant Gilbert was killed when his patrol car struck the back of a tractor trailer that was parked illegally on the shoulder of I-75 at approximately 0600 hours. The incident occurred in the last two hours of his shift. Sergeant Gilbert was pronounced dead at the scene.

Sergeant Gilbert had served with the Henry County Police Department for 11 years, and had been in law enforcement for a total of 20 years. He is survived by his wife and three children.

Sergeant Gilbert was a dedicated officer and a dear friend of the police department. He served the community of Henry County with great strength and honor. His courage and leadership has not been forgotten. Sergeant Gilbert will be sorely missed.

Officer Down Memorial page.


 

Officer Charles Richard Thomas Haist Officer Charles Richard Thomas Haist
End of Watch: Wednesday, February 16, 2005
Age: 32
Tour of Duty: 6 years
Badge Number: 110
Cause of Death: Automobile accident
Date of Incident: Wednesday, February 16, 2005
Suspect Info: Three in custody

Officer "Chuck" Haist was responding to a distress call when his patrol car collided with a pickup truck at approximately 0530 hours on McDonough Hampton Road, near I-75. The impact caused Officer Haist's patrol to overturn and land upside-down.

The cause of the accident was not immediately clear. The driver of the pickup truck was also transported to the hospital with injuries.

Three suspects were apprehended in the incident Officer Haist was responding to.

Officer Haist had served with the Henry County Police Department for 2 years and had served in law enforcement for a total of 6 years. He is survived by two young daughters.

Officer Haist was an officer who impacted the police department with his smile and personality. He showed compassion and courage to those around him. He served the Henry County community with dignity and respect. Officer Haist has impacted our lives and will not be forgotten.

Officer Down Memorial page.


 

Officer James Franklin Carter Jr. Officer James Franklin Carter Jr.
End of Watch: Tuesday, April 20, 2010
Age: 36
Tour of Duty: 11 years
Cause of Death: Automobile accident
Date of Incident: Tuesday, April 20, 2010

James Franklin Carter Jr., affectionately known as “Jimmy” to his friends and Bubba to his family, was killed in an automobile accident on Tuesday April 20, 2010 while en route to work.  Officer Carter was born on May 10, 1974 and was the proud son of his mother, Jerry and his father James Sr.  Officer Carter grew up in Clayton County, Georgia and graduated from Forest Park HS in 1993.  Although he had two separate college football scholarships, Officer Carter, who was extremely proud of his father's military service, enlisted in the US Army.  Officer Carter served his country in the Army for eight years.  After being honorably discharged, Officer Carter began his career with the Henry County Police Department.  During his eleven year tenure with the department, Officer Carter served as a Field Training Officer, a School Resource Officer, a K-9 Handler, and a detective in the Criminal Investigations Division.  Officer Carter was a dedicated and well-respected officer.  

Officer Carter' leaves behind his parents, two sisters and his two children.  

Officer Jimmy Carter will be missed dearly.


 

Officer James Franklin Carter Jr. Officer Elgin L. Daniel
End of Watch: November 12, 2012
Age: 53
Tour of Duty: 28 years
Cause of Death: Vehicular assault
Date of Incident: November 12, 2012

Police Officer Elgin Daniel was struck and killed by a hit-and-run driver while assisting a stranded motorist on North Henry Boulevard in Stockbridge. The motorist had run out of gas and was being assisted by Officer Daniel and a roadside assistance worker. As the roadside assistance worker put gas into the car a pickup truck entered the area and struck him and Officer Daniel before fleeing the scene. Both men were transported to a local hospital where Officer Daniel succumbed to his injuries. The roadside assistance worker was seriously injured. The driver who struck them was apprehended later that evening. He was charged with vehicular homicide, serious injury by vehicle, hit and run, and failure to maintain lane. Officer Daniel had served with the Henry County Police Department for two years after retiring as a lieutenant with 26 years of service with the DeKalb County Police Department.

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Last updated: Wednesday February 19 2014