Officer
Paul F. Miller
Indianapolis Police Department
Wednesday, July 18, 1928

Age: 36
Served: 7 years, 1 month
Badge #:
Panel 46W - Line 5
Panel L22, Line 7

Incident Details

Cause of Death:
Gunfire
Date/Time of Incident:
Tuesday, July 17, 1928
11:30 pm
Incident to Death Duration:
1 day
Incident Location:
2406 Stewart Street, Indianapolis
Incident County:
Marion
Incident Township:
Center
Weapon Used:
Gun (unknown type)
Suspect Disposition:
Never apprehended
Burial Place:
Crown Hill Cemetery, Indianapolis

   Officer Paul Miller died a day after being shot by two men who had robbed a drug store.

   As his partner was at the scene of the holdup, Schaller & Cole on Station Street, Officer Miller went to investigate two men they had seen sitting on a porch a block away.

   When he confronted them, he was shot in the chest by one suspect and once he fell to the ground, he was shot multiple times by the other suspect. His partner heard the shots and upon his arrival exchanged gunfire with them, wounding one suspect, before they escaped. The men were never apprehended and the case remains unsolved.

   Officer Miller was survived by his wife, parents and two brothers.



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