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    Officer Nava- Fort Worth (Tx) P.D. gunned down during warrant service

    Officer Henry (Hank) Nava Jr.
    Fort Worth Police Department
    Texas

    End of Watch: Thursday, December 1, 2005
    Biographical Info
    Age: 39
    Tour of Duty: 17 yrs
    Badge Number: 3084
    Incident Details
    Cause of Death: Gunfire
    Date of Incident: Tuesday, November 29, 2005
    Weapon Used: Handgun; 9 mm
    Suspect Info: Charged with capital murder

    Officer Henry Nava died of a gunshot wound he received two days earlier when he attempted to arrest a man on a warrant.

    Officer Nava and two other officers went to the suspect's mobile home to arrest him on a parole violation warrant . The officers were invited inside the residence by a female who resided there. The female gave the Officers verbal consent to enter and search for the suspect after stating to them that the suspect was not at the location. As the Officers entered she alerted the suspect by stating loudly "the Police are here and are going to search the house." As Officer Nava opened a bathroom door, the suspect emerged with a 9mm handgun and shot Officer Nava in the head, just above the right eye.

    After shooting Officer Nava, the suspect fled to a nearby mobile home where he took the female resident hostage for two hours, before releasing her and surrendering to police. He was arrested and charged with capital murder.

    Officer Nava was taken to Harris Methodist Fort Worth Hospital where he died two days later from his wound.

    Officer Nava had served with the Fort Worth Police Department for 14 years, and had previously served with the Austin Park Police Department for 3 years.

    Officer Nava is survived by his wife, daughter, and son.
    Agency Contact Information
    Fort Worth Police Department
    350 W Belknap Street
    Fort Worth, TX 76102

    Phone: (817) 392-4200

    http://www.odmp.org/officer.php?oid=18064

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    RIP my fallen brother.
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    Remember who you are, and where you came from. That way you never get a big head.


    May those that lost their lives in 9-11 RIP, for the things you did not many could do. You left so many behind so that you could save so few. For now we stand strong as one, and will not look back till the fight is done. (me)

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    RIP

    God bless him and his family....
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    well another week of people killing cops.......

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    R.I.P.

    This year has been really bad for Texas.

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    This year has been bad for all cops in general.
    Being the best is not what always counts. What counts is always trying your best.

    Remember who you are, and where you came from. That way you never get a big head.


    May those that lost their lives in 9-11 RIP, for the things you did not many could do. You left so many behind so that you could save so few. For now we stand strong as one, and will not look back till the fight is done. (me)

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    you can say that again...

 

 

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