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Ala. Investigator Killed In Crash Heading Home

September 19, 2013  | 

Photo courtesy of Orange Beach PD.
Photo courtesy of Orange Beach PD.
A veteran Alabama police investigator died after a two-car accident while on the way home after work, reports AL.com.

Orange Beach Police Officer Mike Stockwell, 45, was driving his unmarked department vehicle, a white Chevy Tahoe SUV, in Foley when he got into a collision with a sedan at County Road 12 and the Foley Beach Expressway.

Stockwell was a 20-year veteran and leaves behind two daughters.

Tags: Orange Beach (Ala.) PD, Duty Deaths, Traffic Accidents, Off-Duty Incidents


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Ima Leprechaun @ 9/20/2013 2:15 AM

The story reads like he was dead before he hit the sedan in front of him. Perhaps a fatal heart attack lead to this accident. Nobody else at the scene was injured not even the person in the other car. Rest in Peace my friend you are off duty now.

Ima Leprechaun @ 9/20/2013 2:45 AM

Just to clarify: All the Officers vehicle damage was from behind and from the roll over of his SUV after the crash, the other vehicle damage was from the front but that person was not injured dispite heavy front end damage. This case is still under investigation by the Foley, Alabama Police Department and no information has been released about the actual cause of this crash as yet.

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