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Sgt. Frank Ankrom

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Sgt. Frank Ankrom,  during his seven years on the police force, Sgt. Ankrom had been stationed at the southeastern district and was later transferred to the burglary section of the criminal investigation division. He was promoted in July to Sgt. and transferred to the auto self-section, but he was injured a few days later when he was run over by a stolen car. He had been assigned to light duty ever since never fully recovered from injuries and on 12 November 1968 Sgt. Frank Ankrom succumbed to his injuries.

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Sgt. Frank Ankrom,  during his seven years on the police force, Sgt. Ankrom had been stationed at the Southeastern District and was later transferred to the burglary section of the criminal investigation division. He was promoted in July to Sgt. and transferred to the auto self-section, but he was injured a few days later when he was run over by a stolen car. He had been assigned to light duty ever since never fully recovered from injuries and on 12 November 1968 Sgt. Frank Ankrom succumbed to his injuries.

 

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NameDescription
End of Watch 12 November, 1968
City, St. Baltimore, Md
Panel Number N/A
Cause of Death LOD Illness
District Worked Criminal Investigation Division
 
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