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Brown, Brian
 
 
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Brown, Brian

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Rank: Police Officer

Serial Number:32054

Division: Pacific

Location: Sepulveda Blvd and Jefferson Blvd. (Culver City)

Date Killed: Sunday, November 29, 1998

Cause of Death: Shot by a Murder Suspect

Bio: Officer Brown was shot and killed during a gunfight after witnessing a drive-by shooting. Officer Brown and his partner witnessed the shooting, in which one person was killed, and began to chase the suspects. The suspects opened fire on the two officers, striking Officer Brown in the head and grazing his partner.

One suspect was shot and killed and the other carjacked another vehicle, prompting another chase. The second chase ended when the suspect crashed at Los Angeles International Airport and was shot and wounded during another exchange of gunfire. The second suspect was convicted and sentenced to life.

Officer Brown had been with the Department for four years and is survived by his 7-year-old son.
 
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