Montana Law Enforcement Museum

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Philipsburg, MT 59858
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Line of Duty Deaths

1900s Losses

There are 13 line of duty deaths from the 1900s we have listed on the Montana Law Enforcement Museum web site.

Deputy Game Warden Charles Peyton

End of Watch: October 18, 1908

Deputy Game Warden Charles Peyton was attempting to arrest 2 people for hunting without a license.

James WebbSheriff James Webb

End of Watch: March 24, 1908

Sheriff James Webb was shot and killed near Roundup.

John RobinsonDeputy Warden John Robinson

End of Watch: March 8, 1908

Deputy Warden Robinson and Prison Warden, suspects hanged

Anthony KorizekDeputy Sheriff Anthony Korizek

End of Watch: August 12, 1904

Deputy Korizek was shot and killed while transporting a prisoner from jail to Court.

Sergeant Robert Hannah

End of Watch: July 2, 1904

Sergeant Hannah was shot and killed while investigating a robbery.

Patrick DoughertyPoliceman Patrick Dougherty

End of Watch: June 3, 1904

Died from injuries received in an assault while on duty.

Policeman Fred Stevens

End of Watch: May 25, 1904

Stevens, shot, mayor, Illinois

Edmund TrudeauSpecial Deputy Edmund Trudeau

End of Watch: February 14, 1904

Special Deputy Edmund Trudeau was shot and killed after ejecting an intoxicated person from a dance hall.

Posseman Charles Hill

End of Watch: June 15, 1903

Posseman Charles Hill was killed in a gunfight with several escapees.

Deputy Jack Williams

End of Watch: June 6, 1903

Deputy Sheriff Jack Williams was killed during an escape from the jail.

James SummersSheriff James Summers

End of Watch: January 25, 1901

Sheriff James Summers was shot by a 18 yr. old suspect.

John StrebDeputy John Streb

End of Watch: December 20, 1900

Deputy Streb died from injuries received when he was thrown from his horse.

George YoungSheriff George Young

End of Watch: November 9, 1900

Sheriff Young and his undersheriff were both shot by a train robber.