Monroe Police Chief Eugene Ellis has confirmed that a Monroe (LA) Police officer was killed Monday evening. The officer was identified as Officer Ayrian Williams, assigned to the patrol division.
Executive Officer Reggie Brown said the officer died following a wreck on South 8th Street near its intersection with Temple Drive.
Early reports indicate that it was a single vehicle crash, into a tree.
Brown said the MPD is investigating the wreck with the assistance of the Louisiana State Police.
Just six days ago, a Jacksonville Officer was killed when his car left the roadway.
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