Patrolman John Edward Swift

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Patrolman John EDWARD SWIFT - Was involved in an altercation during his shift, injured so badly he had to be taken home (carried by his fellow officers) he never made back to work, he died from injuries to his spleen, some said it was a heart attack, in either case it came about as a result of the fight he had that night. All I have is it happened in 1923

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End of Watch 1923
City, St. Baltimore, Md
Panel Number N/A
Cause of Death Fight
District Worked Western


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