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Fallen Hero Deputy Jarid Taylor, Bryan County Sheriff’s Office Badge #23

Posted on: January 16th, 2020   Topic: OSA News

Deputy Sheriff Jarid Taylor

Bryan County (OK) Sheriff’s Office
End of Watch: January 14, 2020

Deputy Sheriff Jarid Taylor was killed in an crash while responding to an emergency call. Deputy Taylor’s patrol vehicle left the roadway and struck a tree. Deputy Taylor leaves behind a fiance and two children ages 6 & 5. Deputy Taylor is the 3rd law enforcement officer to be killed in a traffic-related incident this year and the first officer fatality from the state of Oklahoma in 2020.


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