IN MEMORIAM

Chief Deputy William Cantrell

End of Watch 1.10.1972

On January 10th, 1972 Chief Deputy Cantrell along with his partner, Deputy Mulkey, were shot and killed after being abducted during a traffic stop. Both deputies were found in the trunk of their patrol car suffering from gunshot wounds.

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Deputy Sheriff Luther Charles Outz

End of Watch 9.23.1993

Deputy Outz suffered from a heart attack while

transporting an inmate. During his time with FCSO, Deputy Outz worked in Uniform Patrol, Court Security, and Transports.

Deputy Sheriff Mike Lord

End of Watch 1.25.2010

On January 25, 2010, Deputy Mike Lord suffered a heart attack while transporting inmates to Magistrate Court. Deputy Mike Lord was a true gentleman, a beloved Deputy, and friend to all who had the privilege of knowing him.

Deputy Sheriff Larry Mulkey

End of Watch 1.10.1972

Deputy Mulkey died in the line of duty as he patrolled with Chief Deputy Cantrell. After the two were discovered, a piece of paper containing the tag number of the suspect’s vehicle was found hidden in Deputy Mulkey’s handwriting. This evidence led to the arrest and conviction of the suspects.

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Sergeant David P. Land

End of Watch 3.26.2003

Sergeant David P. Land was tragically killed in a motor vehicle accident while responding to a 911 call for service on March 26, 2003. He was only 32 years old and had just been promoted to Sergeant.

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Deputy First Class Spencer Englett

End of Watch 4.4.2019

On April 4, 2019, Deputy Englett suffered a traumatic medical event while participating in a training exercise at the Georgia Public Safety Training Center, Law Enforcement Academy. Deputy Englett served Forsyth County with distinction and honor and remains well respected by his peers.

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"A Hero remembered never dies."