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CCSO Wall of Honor

The Clay County Sheriff's Office Wall of Honor was designed and dedicated years ago to recognize the CCSO deputies who made the ultimate sacrifice by losing their lives in the line of duty.  The hope of our agency is that, by having their photographs on permanent display, their sacrifice will never be forgotten and will serve as a constant reminder of the committment made by every deputy who takes the oath to serve and protect.  The CCSO Wall of Honor is located on the third floor of our agency's main office located in Green Cove Springs, now named the Det. David White Memorial Headquarters.

Detective David White

He was shot and killed during a meth lab investigation in February 2012. He was just 35 years old. White was named our agency's 2011 Deputy of the Year, chosen for his outstanding work to end illegal prescription drug trade in Clay County.

  

 

 

 

 

 

Sergeant Kenneth "Eddie" Hayes

Died on May 26, 2002 as a result of a heart attack.  He was only thirty-nine years old. 

Deputy Wilson Walker

Died on December 17, 1994 as a result of medical complications caused by materials used during his work as an evidence technician.

Auxiliary Deputy Arthur Caton

Died on July 15, 1979 as a result of a heart attack suffered while working a traffic detail in Orange Park.

Sgt. Richard Watkins

Died on May 3, 1976 after responding to an attempted suicide call.  The fatal crash occurred while following the ambulance en route to the hospital.

Sheriff Theodore Cherry

Served from 1911 until his death on July 6, 1913.  He was shot and killed by a suspect during an interview.

Sheriff Charles Wilson

Served from 1905 until his death on July 10, 1906.  He was shot and killed by a suspect during an arrest attempt aboard a train.

Sheriff Josephus Peeler

Served from 1889 until his death on May 10, 1894.  Peeler was shot while trying to stop an argument between two men at the train station.

 




 

 
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