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On May 10, 2011, Sergeant Brian Dulle was struck and killed by a suspect's vehicle while deploying stop-sticks at the intersection of US 42 and Utica Road in Lebanon, OH.  The pursuit was initiated by the Franklin Police Department.  The suspect ran a cruiser off the road on US 42 prior to striking Sergeant Dulle.  After striking the officer, the suspect fled the scene on foot but was later arrested.  Sergeant Dulle's killer was convicted of murder and several other charges in October 2011 and was sentenced to 25 years in prison.  Speeds in the chase through Franklin, Springboro and Waynesville exceeded 100 mph and there were skid marks at the crash site that stretched for 65 feet.

Sergeant Dulle was a US Army veteran who had served with the Warren County Sheriff's Office for 12 years and was promoted to the rank of sergeant in 2005.  He was a graduate of Edgewood High School and Miami University.  He is survived by his wife, three children, his parents, and two siblings. 

This is the only known line of duty death in the history of the Warren County Sheriff's Department. Sgt. Dulle's death happened during National Police Memorial Week.

Sgt. Brian Dulle was considered “one of the good guys” by the officers he served with in the Warren County Sheriff’s Office.  His boss, considered him a leader amongst his peers, and said he believed he would have had a lifelong career of protecting and serving the members of his home in Warren County.

“We want to remember Brian for how he lived."