Friday’s Heroes: Remembering The Fallen

Friday's Heroes - Remembering the fallen officers


The Graveyard Shift extends our condolences to the families of these brave officers.

Trooper Andy Wall, 36

Tennessee Highway Patrol

May 7, 2011 – Trooper Andy Wall was killed when a vehicle struck his police motorcycle. Wall and another trooper (also struck by the vehicle) were escorting the Air Force’s Thunderbirds to an air show when the crash occurred. Trooper Wall leaves behind his sister, parents, and his girlfriend.

Sergeant Brian Dulle, 36

Warren County Ohio Sheriff’s Office

May 10, 2011 – Sgt. Brian Dulle was struck and killed while deploying stop-sticks in an effort to stop a suspect who was involved in a high-speed pursuit with police. After striking Sgt. Dulle, the suspect fled on foot, but was later apprehended. Sgt. Dulle is survived by his wife, three children, parents, and two siblings.

Eduardo Rojas, Jr., 35

U.S. Border Patrol Agent

Hector R. Clark, 39

U.S. Border Patrol Agent

May 12, 2011 – Agents Hector Clark and Eduardo Rojas were killed when their vehicle was struck by a train. The two agents were part of a team that was tracking a group of illegal immigrants when the crash occurred.

Agent Clark is survived by his wife and two children.

* 69 officers have died in the line of duty so far this year.




1 reply
  1. PatMarin
    PatMarin says:

    Sad to see these every Friday, but the sadest one was Trooper Wall who should have been on a safe, fun, important job.

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