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Bryan County Sheriff’s Deputy Died After Collision

Bryan County Sheriff’s Deputy Jarid Taylor died early Tuesday when his patrol vehicle crashed, a January 14 article of Blue Lives Matter reported.

31-year-old Deputy Taylor was on-duty when he was responding to a 911 call after 6:00 AM when his cruiser crashed into a tree. Highway patrol investigators are looking into the incident. Deputy Jarid Taylor joined the Bryan County Sheriff’s Office in February 2018. He started off as a jailer for Bryan County, graduated from CLEET, and then served as a school resource officer for Silo Schools before he was recently assigned to patrol.

The Oklahoma wrongful death attorneys at the Abel Law Firm express their deepest thoughts and condolences to the family and friends who are mourning the loss of their loved one.

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