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'Oldest and Longest Serving Peace Officer in the World' Passes At The Age of 99
Fort Worth, TX
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Johnson County Deputy Bill Hardin – Facebook Photo

The world’s oldest active law enforcement officer passed away Friday at 99. Johnson County Deputy Sheriff Bill Hardin began his career as a police officer in Fort Worth in 1947 and then worked for the Tarrant County Sheriff’s Office before spending the last 28 years at the Johnson County Sheriff’s Office.

Thank you for your service sir
Posted by Cracker lawson at 3/1/2023 8:47:22 PM

Great story he probably has seen it all
Posted by LE at 3/6/2023 3:44:37 PM

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