Deputy Troy Babin, a six-year veteran of the Osceola County Sheriff’s Office, was killed in the line of duty on November 12, 1994. A pilot assigned to the Aviation Unit, Deputy Babin crashed while attempting to land a Sheriff’s Office Cessna 206. Well respected among his peers, Deputy Babin was always willing to lend a helping hand. Deputy Babin had a tremendous passion for flying and being a law enforcement officer.
In the Line of Duty
Deputy Troy Babin
Lt. Roger Haddock
Lt. Roger Haddock, a twenty-year veteran of the Osceola County Sheriff’s Office, was killed in the line of duty on March 12, 2000. Lt. Haddock was performing mounted patrol duties when his horse reared falling on top of him. Lt. Haddock founded the Mounted Patrol Unit and was considered to be an expert horseman. Lt. Haddock was known throughout the agency for his warm smile and upbeat personality.
Deputy Michael R. Webb
We remember Deputy Sheriff Michael R. Webb. Deputy Webb was a beloved member of the Patrol Division. He died as a result of contracting COVID-19 in the line of duty. Deputy Webb was a National Guard veteran and had served with the Osceola County Sheriff’s Office for two years. He is survived by his girlfriend, his parents, sister, brother, stepbrother, and two stepsisters.
Non-Line of Duty Deaths
We honor the memories & lives of deputies and officers who made the ultimate sacrifice. Heroes remembered never die.
Non Line of Duty Deaths: Lieutenant Tony Harris – Deputy Steve Norred – Deputy Tommy Tompkins – Detective Vernon Watson – Sergeant Mike Setvin – Deputy Jack Owens – Deputy Angela McDonald – Deputy William Burnham – Lieutenant David Snyder – Deputy Donald Lee Shearer – Deputy Charles W. Longson – Deputy Luke Rehwoldt – Deputy Craig Lincourt – Lieutenant Donald Minervino