Tuesday, November 13, 2012

Retired DeKalb Lieutenant Elgin Daniels Killed While Working For Henry County Police

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14 comments:

Anonymous said...

Though often controversial Lt. Daniels was always a hard hitter when it came to catching perps which is what it's all about. He had no problem chasing one down until the day he retired. There's something to be said for a mandatory 20 year retirement in this career/military service, etc. as the risk increases exponentially as you age. RIP Lt., you were a cop's cop.

Anonymous said...

Rest in peace brother and may God comfort your family.

Anonymous said...

All because a fu*&^%$ MORON can't read his fuel gauge. He should be charged, what a waste.

Anonymous said...

Worked with you in Dekalb for 16 years and sat in court with you in Henry. Rest in Peace Lt and my prayers are with you and your family....... Spanky..

Anonymous said...

3Lt. Daniels was my supervisor for many years, I am sadened by the news of his passing.

Anonymous said...

Lt. Daniel was my supervisor for many years, I am sadened by the news of his passing.

Anonymous said...

R.I. P Brother

Anonymous said...

Signal 26 no doubt... R.I.P. Brother!

Anonymous said...

Locked up perps for 28 years to be killed helping a guy put gas in his car. Enjoyed working with him for years, My prayers are with his family. Rest in peace.

Anonymous said...

Prayers to Elgin's family, I enjoyed working South Precinct C.I.D. under him. He was a quiet man but always was there to listen when someone had a problem. Henry County we feel your loss too. God Bless.

Anonymous said...

It is so difficult to understand any death but this one seems senseless. Lt Daniels died performing his duties and will be sorely missed. All of us who ever worked with man know he was truly one of the good ones. My prayers go to all of his family and friends. Rest in peace Lt.

Anonymous said...

R.I.P brother in enjoyed working with you. May God comfort your family.

Anonymous said...

"Valor is of no service, chance rules all, and the bravest often fall by the hands of cowards"
~Tacitus

Rest in Peace...

Steve said...

Ther are no words that can truly explain the loss that is felt when a brother or sister officer is killed. Elgin was a cops cop. He was always nice and never failed to give you assistance in anything you asked of him. I thoroughly enjoyed the times we worked together. Prayers for his family and his friends. RIP Elgin. I'm sure he has already been welcomed by Charlie Nelson, JW, Combee and all the others that are now patrolling on the other side. Rest easy my friend. You will be missed....
Steve Cook 1316