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Guelph Police Honour Roll
March, about 7 years ago...
March 14th, 2013
DETAILS: At approximately 12:30 a.m. on March 14, 2013, Constable Jennifer Kovach was responding to a request for assistance from another officer who had made a traffic stop. Unfortunately, Cst. Kovach's cruiser was involved in a collision with a city bus and she was rushed to Guelph General Hospital where, tragically, she succumbed to her injuries.
April, about 56 years ago...
Walter E. MacAulay
April 5th, 1964
DETAILS: On April 4, 1964, while off duty and downtown with his 5 year old daughter, Constable MacAulay went to the assistance of a fellow officer who was trying to arrest a motorist. MacAulay's arms were trapped in the door of the car as the suspect drove off. He was dragged 500 feet before being impaled on another vehicle's tailgate section. He died the following day of injuries received.
January, about 75 years ago...
January 27th, 1945
DETAILS: Constable John “Tail light” Teevens, 52 years, died on January 27, 1945 having never fully recovered from his on-duty injuries as a result of being struck by a drunk driver on Saturday December 9th, 1939 at approx. 9:00 pm. He was standing on his traffic island directing traffic on Upper Wyndham Street Guelph at the time.
May, about 98 years ago...
William M. Holloway
May 2nd, 1922
DETAILS: Cst. Holloway and Cst. Brash were on bicycle patrol after having their midnight lunch at the station. They noticed a car travelling on Eramoan Road at a high rate of speed. The officers stood in the roadway waving their arms to signal the driver to stop. The vehicle failed to stop and struck Cst. Holloway carrying him down the road for several yards on the front of the vehicle. When the vehicle finally stopped the Cst. fell to the pavement striking the back of his head. Cst. Holloway was taken to hospital immediately where he was operated on but died from his injuries.