Officer Thomas F Stienacker

Fallen Hero Officer Thomas F Stienacker


On this day In Baltimore Police History (1932), we lost our brother, Officer Thomas F Stienacker, to an auto accident based on the following:.
On September 29, 1932, at 9:50 a.m., Officer Stienacker was crossing the intersection of Frederick Avenue and Willard Street. A motorist struck Officer Steinacker as he crossed Frederick Avenue. As a result, he was thrown against a United Railway and Electric Company street car. He suffered a fractured skull, lacerated head and ear. He succumbed to his injuries on October 4, 1932.

As his brothers and sisters of the Baltimore Police Department, we will not let him be forgotten, His service Honored the City of Baltimore, and the Baltimore Police Department may he rest in peace, and may God bless him.

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More details
End of Watch 29, September, 1932
City, St.       Frederick Avenue and Willard St
Panel Number 16-W: 14
Cause of Death          Auto Accident
District Worked Southwestern


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