Former Tulsa Reserve Deputy Passes Away


Monday, November 18th 2019, 6:08 pm
By: News On 6


A retired Tulsa County reserve deputy died over the weekend.

Jim Hardin was a reserve deputy and member of the Tulsa County Sheriff's Office Cold Case Task Force.

He died Saturday after a battle with cancer. The Sheriff's Office says Jim was dedicated to bringing justice to the family members of unsolved homicide cases.

 Just a few months before he died, he announced his dying wish was to raffle off his car and donate $5,500 from that raffle to Cold Case Task Force members.

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