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Mississippi Conservation Officer
Killed In The Line Of Duty

  • Bud Stewart - Conservation Officer Stewart was shot and killed by a 70 year old poacher he was arresting. January 1, 1948
  • Willie A. Shingler - Conservation Officer Shingler drowned after his boat capsized in the Yazoo River near Vicksburg, Mississippi. November 13, 1962
  • Ted Sloan - Conservation Officer Sloan was shot and killed by a poacher. January 1, 1967
  • James S. Wood - Conservation Officer Wood was shot and killed at his home by a man he had issued a ticket to earlier in the day. October 21, 1984
  • Hilton H. Shoemake - Conservation Officer Shoemake was shot and killed by a poacher. December 26, 1990
  • Michael Anthony Andrews - killed in an automobile accident while in route to reported spotlighting. November 11, 2002

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U.S. Wildlife Officers Killed in The Line Of Duty
Louisiana Wildlife Agents Association
Officer Down Memorial Page

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