Officer Carl J. Carlson March 9, 1929 Officer Carlson was killed by injuries sustained in a liquor bust. Carlson and fellow officers raided a building at 23 South West Temple, where they located several barrels of mash. One of the 50-gallon barrels fell on Officer Carlson's foot, causing him to jump back and strike his head against the wall. Following treatment for the foot injury at the hospital, Officer Carlson attended a wrestling exhibition. There he was found semi-conscious, clinging to a lamppost. Taken to the hospital, he died the following morning, March 9, 1929, of a basal skull fracture received while striking his head during the liquor raid. Carlson, 39, was married and the father of six children. He is buried at the Wasatch Lawn Memorial Park, Salt Lake County.