WILLIAM H. TURNER served with the Camden Police Department for at least 10 years. He was living at 2620 High street and working as a ticket collector in 1928. On June 20, 1928 he was sworn in as a temporary policeman with the Camden Police Department. He is listed in both the 1930 and 1940 Censuses at being a city policeman and living at 2620 High Street. By 1947 he had left the police department. By 1943 he had left the police department. He and his wife Margaret were both still listed in that year's City Directory at 2620 High Street.
William Turner passed away on April 7, 1940. He had been a member of Mathews-Purnell Post No. 518 of the V.F.W. and of Camden Lodge 293 of the Benevolent Protective Order of Elks.
|Camden Courier-Post - February 4, 1933|
COP FINED 30 DAYS PAY ON MISCONDUCT CHARGE
Policeman William Turner, of the Third district, was fined 30 days' pay by order of Acting Police Chief John W. Golden yesterday following a trial by a board of lieutenants. Turner was charged with conduct unbecoming an officer. Turner will be continued on the roster, Chief Golden said, but will receive no pay for the next month's work. The specific charges on which the patrolman was summoned were not revealed..
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