Frank Weber

End of Watch: Monday, May 23, 1910

Biographical Info

Age: 35

Tour of Duty: 5 months

Rank: Patrolman

Assignment: Patrol

Badge Number: Not available

Incident Details

Cause of Death: Gunfire

Date of Incident: May 22, 1910

Incident Location: Woodbine Street and Floyd Street

Weapon Used: Handgun

Case Status: Closed

Frank Weber headshot


Patrolman Weber succumbed to a gunshot wound received the previous day when he and his partner attempted to break up a fight. The two (2) officers were walking their beat when they observed four (4) people fighting near Floyd and Woodbine Streets. When they attempted to intervene, one of the men produced a pistol and shot Patrolman Weber in the chest. Patrolman Weber's partner was able to return fire and wound the suspect. 

The suspect was found guilty of murder and sentenced to 21 years.

Patrolman Weber was a U.S. Army veteran of the Spanish-American War and had served on the department for five (5) months. He is survived by his parents.

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