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Trooper Wendy G. Everett | Ohio State Highway Patrol, Ohio Ohio State Highway Patrol, Ohio


Wendy G. Everett

Ohio State Highway Patrol, Ohio

End of Watch: Friday, August 5, 1988

Bio & Incident Details

Age: 25

Tour: 3 years

Badge # 584/586

Cause: Struck by vehicle

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Trooper Wendy Everett was struck and killed by an automobile while standing next to her patrol car on I-270. She was taking a report from a trucker whose windshield had been smashed by a water balloon dropped from a freeway bridge near Circleville, Ohio.

The driver who killed Trooper Everett turned himself in the next day. He plead guilty to involuntary manslaughter, was sentenced to two to 10 years in prison, and was released on shock parole after serving 18 months.

Trooper Everett was survived by her parents and sister.

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Wendy I want to thank you for your friendship threw the
years. It really sadden my heart to hear of your passing.
I know you are in a better place now, God only knows
why this had to happen. Good-by until we meet on the
other side.

Robert E. Wagoner
September 8, 2015


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