Lieutenant Clay Crab
Austin Police Department
 My Condolences to the Department and Family of this Fallen #HERO , Gave his life for the ultimate sacrifice doing what he love to do best . In protecting the streets of  the City he loved so well . With Honor and Valor Lord I lift him up to you . May Our Lord and Savior Jesus Christ be with  his Family  and Friends during their time of mourning .He will never be forgotten but will always be remembered deep with our hearts . Rest easy Sir we have the watch from here .

.. https://www.facebook.com/pages/Remembering-Lt-Clay-Crabb-APD-EOW-101613/644128828940610 Official Statement by the APD: On Wednesday, October 16, 2013 APD learned about the death of one of our own, Lieutenant Clay Crabb, (D.O.B 10-17-70). Lt. Crabb was on his way to work this morning when he was involved in a fatal crash on Highway 290 near Sawyer Ranch Road. Lt. Crabb has been with APD since July of 1998 and was assigned to Region IV (Southeast and Southwest Austin) as the Operational Lieutenant. Before joining APD, he worked patrol with the San Angelo Police Department from Sept. 1994 – July 1998. While at APD, Lt. Crabb earned a total of sixteen commendations and awards. Some of them include: • SUPERIOR SERVICE CITATION • SAFE DRIVING RIBBON with 1 SILVER STAR • ACADEMIC ACHIEVEMENT RIBBON W/DIAMOND • MASTER PEACE OFFICER RIBBON The loss of Lt. Crabb is tragic and APD is asking everyone to please allow his family the time and privacy they need to mourn their loss. This is a great reminder to all of us as to how fragile life is. Those wishing to make donations can do so by contacting the 100 Club of Central Texas or Austin Cops for Charities. The donations should be made in the name of Lt. Clay Crabb.