Georgia police chief killed during pursuit
Ludowici, Ga.
   
 
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Frank McClelland, Jr. was struck by an intoxicated driver fleeing state troopers

Duty Death: Frank McClelland, Jr. - [Ludowici, Georgia]

End of Service: 09/15/2018

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By PoliceOne Staff


LUDOWICI, Ga. — A police chief in Georgia was killed during a pursuit Saturday night. 

State Troopers had attempted to stop Daniel Michael Toronto Hill, 23, before he fled in his vehicle, WJCL reported. Hill topped speeds over 100 miles per hour when he raced into Long County, where Ludowici Chief of Police Frank McClelland, Jr. was out of his vehicle directing traffic. 

McClelland, a 15-year veteran of the department, was struck and killed. Another person was also struck and killed.

Pictured is Frank McClelland, Jr. (Photo/LDP)
Pictured is Frank McClelland, Jr. (Photo/LDP)


Comments:
I feel for the family's of the two people who lost their lives now what will they do with this stupid and it hurts me to call him a person who is responsible for this crime will they lock him up and give him cable tv air conditioning free medical while some family member brings him money to get canteen or will they put him to work cutting brush and busting rocks oh never mind we live in a society that believes it every one else fault
Posted by Cracker lawson at 9/18/2018 12:10:00 PM

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