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Texas Chief of One-Man Department Slain

The police chief and only officer with the Little River-Academy (Texas) Police Department was shot and killed Thursday evening after responding to a call of a man with a gun at a home. Read Story Here.

June 20, 2014

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Mark P. Nowell @ 6/21/2014 10:51 AM

May Lee have been flown to Heaven on Angel wings; one of the really good guys' Lee will be missed by ALL of the friends he made every where he went. Prayers to Mary his wife and his family.
Viewing for Lee will be at the Temple Tx.'s Bible Church on 25 June Wen from 6-8pm and funeral at 10am following day same location.

naselroadEPD @ 6/21/2014 6:44 PM

RIP Chief Dixon! In no way am I condemning the Chief and his actions, but merely stating my views and personnel policy. I'm on a small department with only one officer on the road per shift. My nearest backup is at least 5 minutes away unless a county unit is near me. If another officer is willing and able to start me way, I never disregard them. In today's world, you never know what people are going to do and there is no such thing as a routine call/stop. Don't know if backup could have prevented this tragic death, but it is an absolute surety that backup can't help you if you call them off! Stay safe brothers and sisters and go home safe!

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