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Jerry Walker

Little Elm Police Department, Texas

End of Watch: Tuesday, January 17, 2017

Detective Jerry Walker was shot and killed after responding to a call involving an armed subject on the 1400 block of Turtle Cove Drive.

Responding officers encountered the man standing behind a fence. As they ordered him to drop his weapon the man ran into a home and then started shooting out of the home’s windows.

Detective Walker was struck in the neck by one of the rounds. He was flown to Medical City Denton where he succumbed to his wounds.

The subject remained barricaded inside the home for several hours. The man was found dead inside the home approximately six hours of the initial shooting.

Detective Walker was a U.S. Army veteran and had served with the Little Elm Police Department for 18 years. He is survived by his wife and four children.



Chief Deputy

Clint Greenwood

Harris County Constable, Precinct 3, Texas

End of Watch: Monday, April 3, 2017

Assistant Chief Deputy Clint Greenwood was shot and killed behind the agency’s headquarters building, in the 700 block of West Baker Road in Baytown, at approximately 7:00 am.

It is believed he was shot from ambush as he arrived for work. He was flown to Memorial Hermann Hospital where he succumbed to his wounds.

The subject who shot him remains at large.

Assistant Chief Deputy Greenwood had served in law enforcement for 30 years. He had previously served with the Harris County Sheriff’s Office, Harris County Precinct 4 Constable’s Office, and Harris County District Attorney’s Office.

Assistant Chief Deputy Greenwood was a graduate of the 263rd Session of the FBI National Academy.



Sergeant (Retired)

John H. Cothrun

Arizona Highway Patrol, Arizona

End of Watch: Sunday, March 5, 2017

(November 30, 1950 – March 5, 2017)
John Harvey Cothrun was born November 30th, 1950 to Oscar Royal and Audrey Ruth Cothrun in Silver City, New Mexico. He graduated from Northern Arizona University in May of 1972 with a degree in Forest and Land Management, but instead of going into forestry chose to apply to the Department of Public Safety.
He was hired in August of 1972, graduated the academy and was assigned to his first duty station in Seligman, Arizona in December of 1972. He remained here for 34 years, serving 12 of those as the area Sergeant and retired in 2006 after 34 years of service. He resided in Seligman until 2014 then joined Kathleen in Flagstaff when she changed careers.
John is survived by his wife of 44 years, Kathleen Sue, and his two sons, John Clinton (32) of Tallahassee, FL and Thomas Royal (29) of Flagstaff, AZ.
John’s lifelong passions were fitness, track and field and hunting. In college he competed on the collegiate track and field team at NAU on scholarship as a discus and javelin thrower. He continued to compete in track and field until July of 2016 and was inducted into the Texas Athletic Federation Hall of Fame in 2012. He also fulfilled a lifelong dream of hunting a Rocky Mountain Big Horn Sheep in December of 2015.
John was delivered to the Lord on March 5th, 2017. He died at home surrounded by his wife and two sons.
John was well known at the Texas Police Games, where he participated in Track & Field events. John was honored after being placed in the 2011 Hall of Fame.

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Isaac Morales

United States Department of Homeland Security – Customs and Border Protection – United States Border Patrol, U.S. Government

End of Watch: Wednesday, May 24, 2017

Border Patrol Agent Isaac Morales succumbed to wounds sustained four days earlier when he was stabbed in an unprovoked attack in El Paso, Texas, while off duty.

Agent Morales and several friends were walking to their cars in the 12000 block of Tierre Este when they were confronted by the subject. Agent Morales identified himself as a United States Border Patrol agent in an attempt to diffuse the situation. The man then attacked him with a knife and stabbed him in the eye.

Despite the wound, Agent Morales chased the subject with several witnesses. The man was subdued by citizens and taken into custody by responding officers.

Agent Morales was transported to a local hospital where he remained in critical condition until passing away on May 24th, 2017.

Agent Morales had served with the United States Border Patrol for eight years and was assigned to the Ysleta Border Patrol Station.

Corrections Officer

Shana Tedder

Texas Department of Criminal Justice, Texas

End of Watch: Friday, June 9, 2017

Corrections Officer Shana Tedder died after suffering a suspected heart attack following a use of force incident with an inmate at the Christina Melton Crain Unit in Gatesville, Texas.

She began to experience shortness of breath following the incident and collapsed after walking to a different area of the facility to rest. Other officers immediately began CPR as medics responded to the facility, however, they were unable to revive her.

Officer Tedder had served with the Texas Department of Criminal Justice for 12 years.

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Miguel Moreno

San Antonio Police Department, Texas

End of Watch: Friday, June 30, 2017

Police Officer Miguel Moreno was shot and killed as he and his partner attempted to contact two subjects near the intersection of Evergreen Street and Howard Street at approximately 3:00 pm.

The officers observed the men near a car that appeared to have been broken into. As they stopped to speak to the subjects one of the men immediately opened fire, striking Officer Moreno in the head and his partner in the torso. Despite his wounds, Officer Moreno’s partner was able to pull him out of the line of fire and then returned fire, fatally wounding the suspect.

The second subject was taken into custody. Officer Moreno was transported to a local hospital where he succumbed to his wound the following morning.

Officer Moreno had served with the San Antonio Police Department for nine years.


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