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City / County Building
New Albany, Indiana 47150
812-948-5400 (Communications Center)
In Memoriam
In Memoriam
Welcome to the Floyd County Sheriff's Memoriam
In a dedication to those fallen heroes in that have honored Floyd County Sheriff's Department, we have created this section to never forget the service, the dedication, and the sacrifice that these officers have given this community.

NEVER FORGET
     Officer Frank C. Denzinger

       End of Watch: Monday, June 18, 2007

Biographical Info
Age: 32
Tour of Duty: 4 years
Badge Number: 2216



Officer Frank Denzinger was shot and killed when he and another officer responded to a domestic disturbance call.

The officers responded to a report of a confrontation between a mother and her son in the 6000 block of Rachel Court in Georgetown at about 1830 hours. Upon their arrival, while they were conversing with the mother in the driveway, her 15-year-old son ambushed both officers from an upstairs window of the residence.

The suspect, who was using a high-powered, World War II relic M-1 Garand rifle, struck Officer Denzinger with a second round between the side panels of his bullet-resistant vest, before the other officer was able to return fire into the home.

Officer Denzinger was transported to University Hospital in Louisville, Kentucky, where he succumbed to his wounds. The other officer was seriously wounded, but survived.

The suspect was found six hours later inside the residence having committed suicide.

Officer Denzinger had served with the Floyd County Sheriff's Office for four years. He is survived by his wife, 2-year-old daughter, parents and two sisters.

     K-9 "Kimbo"

       End of Watch: Monday, June 12, 2004

Biographical Info
Age: 32
Tour of Duty: Unknown
Badge Number: K9



Floyd County Police K9 Kimbo gave the ultimate sacrifice on June 12, 2004 when he was shot and killed.  Kimbo had been missing from his kennel for days following a string of intense storms that contained several tornados. 

Kimbo was apparently frightened by the storms and escaped from his kennel.  Kimbo's partner, Off. Scott Sams (Floyd County Police Department) and many other officers searched for Kimbo for several days however it was later found that a neighbor had shot Kimbo after being startled by him.  Kimbo's efforts in reducing crime in Floyd County were unmatched.



Deputy Sheriff Daniel Alonzo Mayfield

End of Watch: Sunday, January 24, 1926

Biographical Info
Age: 59
Tour of Duty: Unknown
Badge Number: Unknown

Deputy Daniel Mayfield was shot and killed while attempting to apprehend six bank robbery suspects in New Albany, Indiana.

Deputy Mayfield and several other officers encountered the suspects at approximately 0400 hours. The officers chased the men to Stone Bridge over Falling Run Creek when they exchanged shots and Deputy Mayfield was mortally wounded. One of the suspects was also shot and killed but none of the remaining five were ever brought to trial for Deputy Mayfield's murder.

Deputy Mayfield was survived by his wife, daughter and two sons.

Visit the Online Memorial Site for Frank Denzinger... CLICK HERE
Monetary Donations:
Child of Frank Denzinger Memorial Fund
Chase Bank – 948-2032
First Harrison Bank – 923-5528