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New Hero Search Alfred E. Harrell - Dec. 31, 1972 (20497)

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New Orleans Police Dept. Patch
Resided: LA, USA
Born: Unk  
Fallen: Dec. 31, 1972
Race/Sex: Black Male / 19 yrs. of age
Agency
Dept: New Orleans Police Dept. - LA
715 South Broad St  
New Orleans, LA   70119   USA
(504)821-2222
County: Orleans
Dept. Type: Municipal/Police
Hero's Rank: Cadet
Sworn Date: Unk
FBI Class: Homicide - Gun
Weapon Class: Firearm
Agency URL: Click Here
On The Job: 1 years
Bio: Not Available
Fatal Incident Summary
Offender: No Info
Location: LA   USA   Sun. Dec. 31, 1972
Summary: Cadet Alfred Harrell was shot and killed by a sniper at 2255 hours while working the gate at the Central Lockup.

The sniper fired a .44 caliber carbine from a field 280 feet away. Cadet Harrell was scheduled to end his shift only five minutes later.

Minutes after killing Cadet Harrell, the suspect shot Sergeant Edwin Hosli, who was searching a nearby warehouse after an alarm went off. Sergeant Hosli succumbed to his wounds on March 5, 1973.

On January 7, 1973, the suspect also shot and killed Deputy Superintendent Louis Sirgo, Patrolman Paul Persigo, and Patrolman Philip Coleman after setting fires and shooting at civilians in a hotel. The suspect, who was a member of the Black Panthers, was shot and killed by police, who used a Marine helicopter to fly over the hotel and fire at the him.

Cadet Harrell had been employed with the New Orleans Police Department for less then one year, and is survived by his wife and 9-month-old son. The Black Panthers is a racist, radical group that professed the murders of law enforcement officers. Members and former members of the group were responsible for the murders of at least 15 law enforcement officers and the wounding of dozens more across the

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