Members of the Riley County Police Honor Guard at a Law Enforcement Memorial Ceremony
This page is dedicated to those officers who gave the ultimate sacrifice in Riley County. The men and women of the Riley County Police Department salute their outstanding bravery and service to the citizens of Riley County and the State of Kansas. If you visit the National Law Enforcement Memorial in Washington D.C. you will see each individual officer on the wall at the location posted under each name.
Felix Boller 1836-1866
City Marshall
Ogden, Kansas Police Department
Felix Boller was shot while preventing an assault upon a woman in her home. He did not survive his injuries. (Panel 59/E-10)
Seldon Lard 1844-1897
Riley County Sheriff's Office
Seldon Lard was shot while making an arrest in Leonardville, Kansas. (Panel34/E-11)
Marion Ross 1872-1918
Police Officer
Manhattan Police Department
Marion Ross was beaten while in Manhattan City Park, as he was investigating an incident of loitering. (Panel 38/E15)
Cleo Chrest 1914-1951
Police Officer
Manhattan Police Department
Cleo Chrest was killed in an automobile accident. (Panel 26/E-10)
John McMurray 1937-1964
State Trooper
Kansas Highway Patrol
John McMurray was crushed between two vehicles on K-18 Highway in Riley County, Kansas, when struck from behind by a drunk driver. (Panel 63/E-5)
Donald Harbour 1933-1982
Police Officer
Riley County Police Department
Donald Harbour was shot while investigating an attempt to sell a stolen gun in an Ogden, Kansas pawn shop. (Panel 44/E-15)