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NEW Fox News articles can now be heard on audio! Police in Minnesota said late Wednesday that a well-liked cop was found unexpectedly dead in his patrol car after failing to arrive home from work.
On Sunday, deputy Dallas Edeburn left his office for patrol in Arden Hills, but he never returned. When his family reported that he hadn’t come, a search was launched. Edeburn was eventually discovered dead inside his car while traveling between his house and the station.
Police say there were no evident symptoms of injury, thus they have not released the cause of death.
A preliminary autopsy revealed no indications of trauma or injury, according to a statement from the Ramsey County Sheriff’s Office. When the autopsy is finished, the Hennepin County Medical Examiner will disclose the manner and cause of death.
Dallas Edeburn is a Minnesota police officer in image 1. Ramsey County Sheriff’s Office, courtesy
A father and a spouse, Deputy Dallas Edeburn was.
The statement stated, “Deputy Dallas Edeburn served the inhabitants of Ramsey County with distinction and tremendous dedication for seven years.” He has won many awards for his outstanding police work, bravery during SWAT operations, and efforts to save a young woman who was about to jump from a motorway bridge.
Prior to this, Edeburn gained notoriety for his almost miraculous recovery from a bad vehicle accident in March 2021. Edeburn’s police car was extensively damaged and on fire after a suspect in a stolen automobile crashed into it at a high rate of speed.
“Dallas put in a lot of effort to recover from his wounds and resume his full-duty duties. We will never forget his dedication to his companions, family, and the people of Ramsey County “written by the sheriff’s office.
Edeburn leaves a wife and child in his wake.
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