Sgt. Daniel Baker to be honored in D.C. for Police Memorial Week

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Dickson County will be well represented in Washington D.C. for Police Memorial Week.

As the one year anniversary of the death of Dickson Sheriff’s deputy Sgt. Daniel Baker draws near, he will be honored nationally.

See also: Medical examiner’s office confirms Dickson County deputy was shot multiple times

Monday, the 10-year veteran’s name will be read at a ceremony in D.C. Sergeant Baker’s name will also be etched on the law enforcement wall.

Baker’s wife, Lisa, and daughter, Meredith, along with Sheriff Jeff Bledsoe and DA Ray Crouch will be on hand.

Events will continue the entire week.

Baker died in the line of duty May 30, 2018. He was responding to a call of a suspicious car when he was shot multiple times.   

Sgt. Baker served the Dickson County community for 10 years, three months and 12 days.  He began working with the sheriff’s office in Feb. 2008.

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