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Trooper Jacqueline Vernon | Virginia State Police, Virginia Virginia State Police, Virginia


Jacqueline Vernon

Virginia State Police, Virginia

End of Watch: Tuesday, August 16, 1988

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Age: 33

Tour: Not available

Badge # Not available

Cause: Struck by vehicle

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Trooper Jacqueline Vernon was struck and killed while making a traffic stop on an HOV violator on northbound I-395 in Arlington County at 8:50 am.

She was struck by a Metro bus as she was standing on the driver's side of the car she had pulled over in the HOV lanes between the Shirlington and Glebe Road exits.

Trooper Vernon is survived by her parents.

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Trooper Vernon and I grew up in the same coal mining town Caretta, WV. We started at he the same elementary school Caretta One-Room Elementary School and graduated from Big Creek High School in 1974. She would be my first pick for the pick up basketball game because she would play defense and could shoot. She was always a dedicated person that took pride in what ever task that came before her. Our families were close.

Rest In Peace !!!

Dr. Mike Henry
Southwest Virginia Community College
September 3, 2015


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