Officer Walter Davis
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On this day in Baltimore Police History 1954 we lost our brother Police Officer Walter Davis to a Line of Duty Auto Accident based on the following:
On 16 October 1952 Walter Davis’ dream of becoming a Police Officer came true, he entered the academy passed all of the required classes and graduated. Upon graduation he was assigned to the Northeast District, he was an aggressive officer, showed up for work on time, handled his calls, has sector and post integrity. On 1 July, 1954 one year, and nine months after his hire while working car number #431 and in the 4400 block of Harford Road, it was ten minutes after a call had come out that all the lights were out on all the safety pylons between the Harford Road car barn and Cold Spring Lane. Officer Walter Davis was killed when his departmental vehicle crashed into one of those pylons.
He will forever be missed, but never will he be forgotten by us his brothers and sisters of the Baltimore Police Department. God Bless and Rest in Peace
|End of Watch||1 July, 1954|
|City, St.||City, St.|
|Panel Number||27-E: 13|
|Cause of Death||Auto Accident|
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