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 Frank Weber

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Frank Weber

Birth
Louisville, Jefferson County, Kentucky, USA
Death
23 May 1910 (aged 34–35)
Louisville, Jefferson County, Kentucky, USA
Burial
Louisville, Jefferson County, Kentucky, USA
Plot
Section K, Lot between 1 & 2, Grave 9
Memorial ID
53971243 View Source

Officer Weber served with the Louisville Division of Police for five months when he was killed. While on duty he and his partner were breaking up a fight between a group of men at Floyd Street and Woodbine Avenue. One of the men produced a gun and shot Officer Weber in the chest. His partner then shot and wounded the assailant. Officer Weber died the next day.

Richard Moore was convicted of murder in a jury trial and given life in prison.

Sources:
- 1910 Courier-Journal historic newspapers.
- "Louisville Division of Police: 1806 - 2002" by Retd LPD Capt Mort Childress.

Officer Weber served with the Louisville Division of Police for five months when he was killed. While on duty he and his partner were breaking up a fight between a group of men at Floyd Street and Woodbine Avenue. One of the men produced a gun and shot Officer Weber in the chest. His partner then shot and wounded the assailant. Officer Weber died the next day.

Richard Moore was convicted of murder in a jury trial and given life in prison.

Sources:
- 1910 Courier-Journal historic newspapers.
- "Louisville Division of Police: 1806 - 2002" by Retd LPD Capt Mort Childress.


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  • Created by: G. P.
  • Added: 21 Jun 2010
  • Find a Grave Memorial ID: 53971243
  • Find a Grave, database and images (https://www.findagrave.com/memorial/53971243/frank-weber: accessed ), memorial page for Frank Weber (1875–23 May 1910), Find a Grave Memorial ID 53971243, citing Saint Louis Cemetery, Louisville, Jefferson County, Kentucky, USA; Maintained by G. P. (contributor 47124408) .