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Houston Officer Killed by Drunk Driver Remembered as Hero

June 02, 2011  | 

Kevin Scott Will quit his job in the banking industry and took a pay cut to become a Houston police officer in March 2009. The 37-year-old found his calling in police work, recently married, and was expecting a baby boy in the coming months.

On Sunday his life was cut short by a suspected drunken driver on the North Loop, but not before one final act of heroism.

Will’s last words were a shouted warning that saved the life of a civilian witness Will was interviewing as Johoan Rodriguez’s vehicle crashed through a police barrier and barreled toward them. Rodriguez has been charged in connection with Will’s death.

Source: Houston Chronicle


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Craig @ 6/3/2011 3:29 AM

Another drunk illegal alien driver.

Another American killed by an illegal alien.

I'd love to have the US adopt Mexico's law and treatment of illegal aliens. Take a look at how Mexico treats Central American illegals entering their country...wow! You do not want to be caught by the Federales.

JJ Golliday @ 6/3/2011 9:45 AM

"To serve and Protect", this was Will's last act as a Houston Police Officer. He took his oath deathly serious. After 30 yrs. in this business it is apparent alot of illegals are killing us. By one method or another.

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