EOW: Sergeant Chip Shackleford

Sergeant “Chip” Shackleford

Pensacola Police Department, Florida

End of Watch Monday, February 27, 1933

Sergeant Chip Shackleford, 66 years old, died of a head injury that resulted from a fight he had on Sunday evening, January 15, 1933, with a man he had just arrested. The fight occurred on Tarragona Street between Garden and Romana Streets in downtown Pensacola.

The veteran sergeant left behind one son, Nathan Shackleford and three brothers; Frank, C. E., and W. E.

Chip Shackleford

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Published by Mike Simmons

I am a retired sergeant with the Pensacola Police Department. I currently work as a coordinator at the George Stone Criminal Justice Training Center. I am married to the former Jerri Crabtree. We have three grown children and seven grandchildren. I volunteer with a boys' mentoring program known as "Royal Rangers."

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