Huntsville Police Chief William "Buddy" Stuck
My Condolences to the Department over the Loss of their #Hero , May our Lord and Savior Jesus Christ be with His Family Brothers and Sisters in Blue as they go through their time pf mourning .He will never be forgotten will always be kept in our hearts . Rest Easy Sir ,We have the watch from here
May God Bless His REsting Soul
Missouri- We regret to report the loss of Huntsville Police Chief William "Buddy" Stuck who was found deceased at his home Wednesday morning. Investigators have not ruled out foul play as the Coroner says the death was not due to natural causes. We will update this story as more information is released. In the meantime... please keep the Huntsville Police Department and Chief Stuck's family in your thoughts. http://www.kansascity.com/2013/11/27/4654448/missouri-police-chief-found-dead.html
Deputy Wayne Walker
The Fannin County Sheriff's Office FANNIN COUNTY, TEXAS
My Condolences to the Department and family of their fallen #HERO who lost his Battle to Cancer yesterday Morning . May our Lord and Savior Jesus Christ be with is Family and Brothers and Sisters in Blue as they go through their time of mourning . Rest Easy Sir, We have the watch from here
FANNIN COUNTY, TEXAS
-- The Fannin County Sheriff's Office says they are mourning the loss of one of their own.
The Sheriff's Office says Deputy Wayne Walker died Wednesday morning at a Dallas hospital after suffering a stroke during a routine Dialysis treatment.
May God Bless His resting soul , He has never be forgotten will always remain in our hearts twice the #HERO He served with Valor and Dignity. Rest easy Sir we have the watch from here
Remembering a fallen hero. LVMPD Police Officer Trevor A. Nettleton. End of Watch: November 19, 2009
Officer Trevor A. Nettleton joined the Las Vegas Metropolitan Police Department on November 5, 2006 following nine years of service in the United States Marine Corps. During his distinguished military career Officer Nettleton served in Iraq and Afghanistan and he was part of the Presidential Guard Detail, serving President George W. Bush.
On November 19, 2009, Officer Nettleton was in the garage of his residence when he was approached by numerous subjects, one of them armed with a handgun. Shots were exchanged between Officer Nettleton and the suspects. Despite being fatally wounded, Officer Nettleton was able to wound one of the suspects. The wounded suspect was later arrested after seeking medical treatment at a local hospital. It was discovered he was also the suspect who shot and killed Officer Nettleton. Five other suspects were arrested a short time later.
At the time of his death Officer Nettleton was assigned to patrol in Bolden Area Command swing shift. He loved his career with Metro and his goal was to someday be a SWAT Officer.
Officer Nettleton is survived by his wife, two young children, his parents and one brother.