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On Monday, Aug. 1, a Ramsey County sheriff’s deputy was found mysteriously dead after nearly dying in a fire last year. The body of Dallas Edeburn, 30, was found in the area between his home and the patrol station after he came home from get off work. The news comes more than a year after he survived a fire accident.
In March 2021, a stolen vehicle from Mounds View Police crashed into an Edeburn patrol car, causing it to roll five times. Fortunately, other police officers who were present pulled him to safety and rescued Edbourne before the car caught fire.
“He heroically recovered from his injury and returned to his full-time job status,” the sheriff’s office said. In addition, the Ramsay County Board of Commissioners said at the time that if his colleagues hadn’t helped him, the deputy “may not have been.” survived.”
During his many years of service, Edbourne has received several accolades for his brave work. He once rescued a woman who was about to jump off a road bridge and was praised for his heroic deeds.
Preliminary autopsy results showed no signs of trauma or injury to his body. The Hennepin County Medical Examiner will release the manner and cause of death after completing a full autopsy. Sheriff Bob Fletcher said: “Our hearts go out to the wife, family and friends of Dallas. He was bigger than life, both physically and in his service to Ramsay County.” Edbourne was seriously injured in the incident that month. He suffered two broken ribs, a deep laceration to his right elbow, a dislocated toe and a fractured right kneecap. The driver was sentenced in December 2021. The deputy also appeared in court on crutches. In his victim impact statement, he said he was newlyweds at the time of the accident. “The defendant promptly ruled out a honeymoon. Instead, the honeymoon was spent in an area hospital… Our marriage began in the ‘sickness and health’ phase,” he said.'”
Deputy Chief Edbourne served the citizens of Ramsay County for seven years. He served as a Correctional Officer at Ramsay County Correctional Institution in July 2015. He is also a respected member of the SWAT team. The Ramsay County Sheriff’s Office broke the news and shared a photo of the officer on Facebook. “His commitment to his family, colleagues and citizens of Ramsay County will never be forgotten,” the sheriff’s office said in a news release.