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Alabama Officer Dies in Single-Car Crash

January 27, 2015  | 

A Loxley, Ala., police officer died Monday after being involved in a single-vehicle wreck in the Stapleton community, north of Loxley.

According to Alabama State Troopers, Sgt. Charles "Kerry" Mitchum, 57, of Loxley was driving on Oak Lane about 3 p.m. when the accident occurred. He was taken by LifeFlight to the University of South Alabama Medical Center in Mobile and later died at the hospital. AL.com reports.

Mitchum was named the department's officer of the year in 2011. 

 


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Donnie Lee @ 1/27/2015 10:25 AM

........... Sgt. 'Kerry' , it's was just about 3 weeks ago since I spoke with him last. I would give him a call every so often to say Hi......sometimes he'd even give me a shout out.......I owe a lot to this man. He helped me get started in law enforcement by giving me a chance to come on board with Loxley Police Dept. thru their Officer Reserve Unit. I have nothing but praise for this man......as I began my 'career' and went thru my interview process, he was not just a Sgt. but a person with feelings. He could be as hard as he needed to be , and also compassionate when the times warranted......He ' held my hand' thru the weapons qualification course and from that day on he became a very special person to me. I worked under him for over 2 1/5 yrs and was proud to call him "MY SGT".... I seen his fairness with everyone who he came into contact with...........

..."Sarge , ( what most of us would call him )....we bow our heads today with sadness in our hearts at your passing

God speed brother. @ 1/27/2015 5:22 PM

RIP you're fellow officers will take it from here.

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