Dean Lauber Death, Obituary – Dean Lauber has passed away untimely and unexpectedly leaving friends, loved ones, family, and the entire community heartbroken and in grievance, according to a social media sharing. The Charlotte-Mecklenburg Police Department is in a state of sorrow following the unexpected death of one of its officers. This officer had been battling a physical ailment for some time before his death.
According to the reports, Officer Dean Lauber had a medical emergency at his house on December 19, and he was sent to the hospital for treatment afterward. According to officials from the Charlotte Metropolitan Police Department, Lauber passed away suddenly on Tuesday evening when he was surrounded by his family. He was with his children and his wife Jessica, who also served as a fireman for the Charlotte Fire Department. Lauber started working with the CMPD back in the year 2001, when he first took a position there.
In a tweet, the department asked people to pray for the man’s family as well as their fellow officers as they set out on their challenging road. The message came as they were beginning their investigation into the incident. “As they take the first steps down this difficult road, we ask that you keep his family and the other police officers who worked with him in your thoughts.” Lauber passes away only a few days before December 22, 2021, which is the day that marks one year after the death of CMPD Officer Mia Goodwin. Lauber’s passing comes just a few days before this date.
This event takes happen in the immediate days leading up to this significant benchmark. An accident that took place on Interstate 85 South close to W.T. Harris Boulevard took the life of Goodwin, a mother of three who had worked with the department for a cumulative total of six years. She had passed away as a direct result of the incident. The accident that took place featured a semi-truck pulling a trailer behind it. In relation to the accident, one of the allegations that have been made against Daniel Morgan is that he was responsible for the involuntary manslaughter of one or more individuals.