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San Antonio Officer Killed In Wrong-Way Crash with DUI

March 15, 2011  | 

A San Antonio Police officer was killed in a head-on collision early Tuesday when a motorist driving without lights crashed into her patrol unit, reports the San Antonio Express-News.

Officer Stephanie Ann Brown, 27, was responding to call for service on Interstate 35 downtown, when she was hit. The driver, who was also killed, has been identified as Christopher David Baldaramos, 31. A receipt from a bar was found in Baldaramos' pocket.

Read the full story at MySanAntonio.com.

Tags: San Antonio PD, Drunk Driving, Duty Deaths


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Just PERFECT @ 3/16/2011 8:38 AM

So here we are again when another of us loses their life by someone who should have never been on the streets. The story shows Officer Brown's murderer's book in photo from a June 2010 DUI arrest!

Heart and prayers go out to Officer Brown's family and co-workers, you will truly be missed. Thank you for your service, and rest in peace.

Michael @ 3/17/2011 12:04 PM

This is just wrong......I am so sick of these incidents where cops lose their life over something so stupid. My Condolences go to the Officer Brown's family as well as my prayers

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