Daytona Beach, FL Police Department Daytona Beach, FL Police Department The History of the Daytona Beach Police Department Motorcycle Unit Daytona Beach Police 1st Motor Around a 1925 Henderson Harley-Davidson Duo-glides Harley-Davidson Duo-glides 1976 Daytona Beach Police Motor officer with President Candidate George Wallace 1978 Spring Break Motor Officer Bill Rhodes Police Officer Kevin John FischerDaytona Beach Police DepartmentFloridaEnd of Watch: Friday, September 4, 1998Biographical InfoAge: 30Tour of Duty: 4 yearsBadge Number: 120Incident DetailsCause of Death: Struck by vehicleDate of Incident: Friday, September 4, 1998Weapon Used: AutomobileSuspect Info: Not availableOfficer Fischer was struck and killed by a pickup truck whileinvestigating the scene of an earlier accident on I-95, at Exit 92,involving a Volusia County deputy sheriff. While Officer Fischer wasstanding next to his motorcycle a pickup truck drifted onto the shoulderand struck him and the motorcycle, throwing him down a 5-footembankment. He was pronounced dead on the scene. The deputy involved inthe initial accident, and a Florida Highway Patrol trooper, were alsoinjured in the accident.Officer Fischer had served with the Daytona Beach Police Department for4 years. He is survived by his expectant wife, who gave birth to a boy. 2010 Bud Motor Officer L. DeChamps Motor Officer L. DeChamps, Officer Murray, Officer Grimsley, and Karen Davidson Scott Information and Photos provided by the Daytona Beach, FL Police Department.