Trooper
Oscar Eugene Mills
Indiana State Police
Tuesday, April 12, 1966

Age: 35
Served: 2 years, 2 months
Badge #:
Panel 64E, Line 15
Panel L22, Line 8

Incident Details

Cause of Death:
Vehicle pursuit
Date/Time of Incident:
Saturday, November 30, 1957
07:30 pm
Incident to Death Duration:
8 years, 133 days
Incident Location:
State Road 18 west of County Road 350 West near Flora
Incident County:
Carroll
Incident Township:
Deer Creek
Weapon Used:
None
Suspect Disposition:
Never apprehended
Burial Place:
Calumet Park Cemetery, Merrillville

   Trooper Oscar Mills died from injuries he suffered in an accident more than eight years earlier while in pursuit of a speeding vehicle near Flora.

   While pursuing the violator westbound on State Road 18 west of County Road 350 West, Trooper Mills struck an eastbound car turning left into a local farm. His squad car careened sideways 300 feet before coming to rest against a grain bin.

   He suffered a skull fracture and remained in a coma from the time of the accident until he died from his injuries more than eight years later.

   Trooper Mills, from Hobart, was assigned to the Lafayette post. He was survived by his wife, 14- and 8-year-old sons, 13- and 10-year-old daughters, sister and father.


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