Daytona Beach, FL Police Department

The History of the Daytona Beach Police Department Motorcycle Unit

Daytona Beach Police 1st Motor Around a 1925 Henderson
Harley-Davidson Duo-glides
Harley-Davidson Duo-glides
1976 Daytona Beach Police Motor officer with President Candidate George Wallace
1978 Spring Break
Motor Officer Bill Rhodes

Police Officer Kevin John Fischer
Daytona Beach Police Department
Florida
End of Watch: Friday, September 4, 1998

Biographical Info
Age: 30
Tour of Duty: 4 years
Badge Number: 120

Incident Details
Cause of Death: Struck by vehicle
Date of Incident: Friday, September 4, 1998
Weapon Used: Automobile
Suspect Info: Not available

Officer Fischer was struck and killed by a pickup truck while
investigating the scene of an earlier accident on I-95, at Exit 92,
involving a Volusia County deputy sheriff. While Officer Fischer was
standing next to his motorcycle a pickup truck drifted onto the shoulder
and struck him and the motorcycle, throwing him down a 5-foot
embankment. He was pronounced dead on the scene. The deputy involved in
the initial accident, and a Florida Highway Patrol trooper, were also
injured in the accident.

Officer Fischer had served with the Daytona Beach Police Department for
4 years. He is survived by his expectant wife, who gave birth to a boy.
2010
Bud
Motor Officer L. DeChamps
Motor Officer L. DeChamps, Officer Murray, Officer Grimsley, and Karen Davidson
Scott

Information and Photos provided by the Daytona Beach, FL Police Department.