|Birth: ||Jun. 25, 1979|
|Death: ||Jan. 30, 2004|
St. Louis City
Officer Nicholas K. Sloan, DSN 6085, was commissioned as a Police Officer on 01/02/2001. Upon completion of the academy he was assigned to the 8Th District. Officer Sloan had 3.07 years of faithful and dedicated service to the Saint Louis Metropolitan Police Department at the time of his "Line of Duty Death."
Officer Sloan was shot and killed in the "Line of Duty" while conducting a narcotics operation at Enright and North Taylor in District 8.
Officer Sloan was among several plainclothes officers who made a drug purchase as part of the "Federal Weed and Seed Program." Officer Sloan and another officer approached the suspect after a drug deal and were searching him, when the man grabbed Officer Sloan's service weapon and opened fire, striking both officers. Officer Sloan's partner was able to return fire and killed the suspect.
Officer Sloan had served with the St. Louis Police Department for just over 3 years.
He is survived by his 12-month-old child, girlfriend, parents and two sisters. His father also serves with the St. Louis Police Department as a Sergeant at the time of Officer Sloan's death.
Originally buried at Calvary Cemetery in Section 24, but was transferred to his current resting place by his Mom and Dad.
St. Louis County
Plot: Section Number 022A, Grave Plot Number 0067
Maintained by: Timothy Tumbrink
Originally Created by: Tony Cannon
Record added: Dec 23, 2004
Find A Grave Memorial# 10169946