SDPD Officer Commits Suicide amidst DUI, Hit-and-Run Controversy

Reputation is very important, especially to those who are supposed to serve as role models to ordinary people. Being involved in a controversy or a legal procedure can damage your name, but it should not be used as a reason for ending your own life.

A San Diego Police Department officer committed suicide while facing charges of felony hit-and-run and DUI.

According to reports, Officer David Christopher Hall shot himself to death at his house located along the 3300 block of Ashford Street in Kearny Mesa.

In February 2011, the officer was involved in a DUI-related collision in Serra Mesa and he allegedly fled afterwards.

On May 2, he pleaded not guilty to the mentioned charges.

For more information about DUI and other causes of car accidents, you are encouraged to call a skilled Los Angeles personal injury lawyer.

2 thoughts on “SDPD Officer Commits Suicide amidst DUI, Hit-and-Run Controversy

  1. this is a sad story – he shouldnt have taken his life – maybe he was afraid of all the charges against him and the dishonor – but he need not have died.

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