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Sergeant Patrick Scott Johnson | Alaska State Troopers, Alaska Alaska State Troopers, Alaska


Patrick Scott Johnson

Alaska State Troopers, Alaska

End of Watch: Thursday, May 1, 2014

Bio & Incident Details

Age: 45

Tour: 23 years

Badge # 144

Cause: Gunfire

Weapon: Gun; Unknown type

Offender: In custody

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Sergeant Scott Johnson and Trooper Gabriel Rich were shot and killed while investigating reports that a person had brandished a firearm in the village of Tanana several days earlier.

Both troopers had gone to a home on Front Street to speak to the suspect. At some point during the investigation both troopers were fatally shot inside of the home.

One subject was taken into custody following the incident.

Sergeant Johnson had served with the Alaska State Troopers for 20 years and had previously served with the North Slope Borough Police Department for three years. He is survived by his wife, three daughters, parents, and siblings.

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Trooper Gabriel Lenox Rich
Alaska State Troopers, Alaska
End of Watch: Thursday, May 1, 2014
Cause: Gunfire

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It was an honor to ride in my first Heroes Ride today in Conroe, TX for Officer Patrick Johnson. It was a privilege to race in his name. My prayers are with you. God Bless.

Michael Jaskowiak
October 17, 2015


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