Honor Roll

Robert H. Halstead

Making a fast run on his motorcycle, clearing the way for an ambulance carrying a patient to the Emergency Hospital, Robert H. Halstead, a fearless and expert motor officer, collided with a Pacific Electric train at Atlantic Avenue and Newport Crossing, March 6, 1926, and was so badly injured that he died in a short while after the accident occurred.

Halstead bore a splendid reputation in this community and stood high in the estimation of his fellow officers.