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Trooper II Jessica Jean Cheney | Virginia State Police, Virginia Virginia State Police, Virginia

Trooper II

Jessica Jean Cheney

Virginia State Police, Virginia

End of Watch: Saturday, January 17, 1998

Bio & Incident Details

Age: 23

Tour: 2 years

Badge # 980

Cause: Struck by vehicle

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Trooper Jessica Cheney was killed while directing traffic at the scene of an accident on US Route 1, near State Route 630, in Stafford County.

She was transported to a local hospital where she succumbed to her injuries a short time after undergoing surgery. She was a former dispatcher at Division I in Richmond, and was assigned to Division II following graduation from Trooper Basic School.

Trooper Cheney had served with the agency as a trooper for 2 years. She is survived by her parents and sister. Her mother is a dispatcher with the department, her father is a sworn member of the agency, and her sister is a dispatcher with a neighboring police agency.

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I was friends with Jessica. I was a Paramedic along I-95 in Spotsylvania Co. in the 90s. She often stopped into our station house to take a break from the road. She was always very kind, considerate and professional in every way. I still miss and think of her. May God save and keep her close to Him forever.

The Original Unit207 SCFR&ES
November 23, 2015


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