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Trooper Javier Arana, Jr. | Texas Department of Public Safety - Texas Highway Patrol, Texas Texas Department of Public Safety - Texas Highway Patrol, Texas


Javier Arana, Jr.

Texas Department of Public Safety - Texas Highway Patrol, Texas

End of Watch: Saturday, March 24, 2012

Bio & Incident Details

Age: 32

Tour: 2 years

Badge # 13500

Military veteran

Cause: Automobile accident

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Trooper Javier Arana was killed in an automobile accident as he responded to assist a vehicle pursuit in El Paso at approximately 1:30 am.

During the response, Trooper Arana's vehicle collided with a pickup truck near the intersection of Joe Battle Boulevard and Bob Hope Drive. Trooper Arana's patrol car burst into flames upon impact.

Trooper Arana was a U.S. Marine Corps veteran and had served with the Texas Highway Patrol for two years. He is survived by his wife and five children.

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i am a police detective in West New York, Nj. I just completed the police unity tour, I road for my brother Javier Arana. I wore his bracelet for the entire ride.
Althought the ride was tough it was well worth representing one of my fallen brothers!
To the friends and family of Mr Arana it was my pleasure to ride for your loved one.

Det Tommy Mannion. WNYPD #137

detective T Mannion
west new york pd
May 13, 2013


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