Killing of Raymond Carr in Louisiana in 1942


Case summary

Raymond Carr, a military police officer, was killed in 1942 by state trooper Dalton McCullon in Alexandria, Louisiana. Carr was on duty, policing in the downtown area, when he was knocked down by a state trooper and shot by McCullon. He died four days later in a hospital. A state grand jury declined to proceed against the state officers.


Alleged perpetrators/other named individuals:
Perpetrator group type: police

Date of incident: 1942-11-01
Location: Alexandria, Rapides Parish, Louisiana
Location type: public space - urban
Allegation against victim: interfering with a police officer

Coroner process
Coroner/inquest: [ ]
Finding of no legal responsibility: [ ]

Criminal process
Arrest: no
Charge/indictment/information: [ ]
Grand jury: yes
Trial: [ ]
Conviction: [ ]
Sentence: [ ]

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