Family, Friends & Fellow Officers Remember...

Officer George M. Alleyn

California Highway Patrol, California

End of Watch Sunday, April 5, 1970

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Reflections for Officer George M. Alleyn

48 years ago tonight at 2145hrs our Four Brave Newhall officers started their last graveyard shift briefings. Two hours and 10 minutes till the traffic stop at "J's" restaurant and the start of the Newhall Incident. God Bless our Brothers.

State Traffic Officer 7185 Mike Becze
CHP

April 6, 2018

48 years ago tonight at 2145hrs our bBrave Four Newhall officers started their last graveyard shift briefings. Two hours and 10 minutes till the traffic stop at "J's" restaurant and the start of the Newhall Incident. God Bless our brothers.

State Traffic Officer 7185 Mike Becze
CHP

April 6, 2018

As I pass on the lessons you taught us that night, to class after class of new recruits, I make it a point to remind them of the horrific price you paid that we all might become better trained professionals. How many "Newhalls" have been avoided because of what you showed us? How many of us have come home at the end of the shift, because of what you showed us? So many of us owe you so much. The four of you continue to serve our profession. Thanks.

NC Officer

April 5, 2018

It’s been 48 years since I was working in South LA when my partner and I heard over our CHP radio of your incident unfolding. Your life and your dedication will never be forgotten. God Bless your family and I want to tell them that you will always be in our hearts and minds. Semper Fim

State Traffic Officer 7185 Mike Becze
CHP

April 5, 2018

Rest In Peace Brother LEO. You and your brother CHP officers are honored and remembered on the 48th anniversary of your EOW.

Officer Mike Robinson (Ret)
Upland Police Dept. CA

April 5, 2018

"When a good man is hurt, all who would be called good must suffer with him.”

Euripides

Marshal Chris Di Gerolamo
Federal Air Marshal Service

September 24, 2015

Mike,

We knew each other from high school days. You went to the CHP and I went with Campbell PD. I was honored to serve security during your services held in the city Campbell
CA. I also participated in the opening ceremony for the National Law Enforcement Memorial and obtained etchings of your name on the wall.

God speed.

Bill Barnes, Sgt. (Ret)
Lakewood PD (CO)

June 28, 2013

Officer Alleyn,
I remember this as it was yesterday, not 43 years ago today! I was to become a LA Deputy Sheriff in 1970, and assigned to the "Wayside Honor Rancho". I drove by J's Coffee Shop 10 times a week and every time felt such remorse and sorrow for what happened to you four Officers.
It's rare when I see a "Chippy", that I don't again think of all of you.
Rest in peace Brothers, I hope we will meet on the other side.

Sergeant - Retired L. Berry
Los Angeles County Sheriff's Dept.

April 6, 2013

Dearest Officer Alleyn: It has been 43 years ago since you and your three brother officers were so brutally taken from us. Because of the lessons learned from The Newhall Incident, cops around the country go home safely.

Your loss was not in vain. You are remembered, loved and appreciated for your sacrifice.

Love,

LoVae Pray Martines, Law Enf. Liaison
MADD, San Bernardino County

April 5, 2013

We buried another Brave Brother today. A very young 37 year old Officer. The young Officer was not even born the night you and your 3 brave partners were gunned down in Newhall. It just seems that it will never end, the killings of our brave brothers....Please pass my thoughts on to the other 3 Officers. God Bless you all and I, for one, will never fotget any of you guys.....You are in my thoughts and prayers each and every day...God you guys are missed....Semper Fi Brother.....#7185

State Traffic Officer Mike Becze #7185
California Highway Patrol

September 13, 2012

The line between anarchy and order is the thin blue line of brothers and sisters wearing a badge. Your service and sacrifice will never be forgotten. Rest in peace Officer Alleyn.

Constable Joseph McGhee
Royal Canadian Mounted Police

July 4, 2012

rest in peace and may god bless you.

Lt.J.Pease
B.P.D

April 6, 2012

The word "hero" seems to be thrown around alot, but you and your three brothers are true heroes for the way you lived and for the lessons learned from your deaths. Cops are safer now and that is mostly because of what we learned from that night.

You are remembered, appreciated and loved 42 years later. God bless you and your loved ones.

LoVae Pray Martines, Law Enf. Liaison
MADD, San Bernardino County

April 5, 2012

God Bless you forever.......Semper Fi CHIPY.....

State Traffic Officer Mike Becze #7185
South Los Angeles office of the Californian Highway Patrol

April 3, 2012

I remember working the 2145 shift with one of these ofcrs; can't remember which one now. It was at the new West Valley office which opened in April 1969. With this memory I feel a personal connection. I often drive by the location of the tragedy on my way to visit my family. Thank you all for your service to the citizens of California. (And by the way, the 4-beautiful cypress trees planted in front of the new Newhall office on The Old Road are doing very well!)

Tim Liddell
CA Hwy Patrol (retired) #5342

March 19, 2012

During Officer Survival Training at the Marine Corps Military Police Academy at MCAS ElToro, all members of our class reviewed and ''walked through'' the ''Newhall Incident''..My gratitude and utmost respect to the brave CHP Officers who made the ultimate sacrifice that horrible night.

Correctional Officer Dan MORRISON
Washington State Dept. of Corrections

October 24, 2011

We learned about the "Newhall Incident" in "Patrol Procedures" when I went through the academy 20 years. It's always tragic when an officer dies in the line of duty. However, the lives of countless officers have been saved because of your sacrifice.

You and your three brother officers are not forgotten. Rest in peace knowing that you will always be honored for your service.

BPD Detective
Boston Police Department

September 29, 2011

Honor never grows old--Heroes never die. You are remembered, Godspeed

Anonymous

April 6, 2011

George,

Tomorrow will be 41 years since that fateful night. I was working South L.A, area #530 that night and along with my partner we heard over the CHP radio that one then two then three and then finally four brave officers had died. You and your brave brothers will never be forgotten. Thank you for your sevrice and we are all proud of what you did for the citizens of the Great State of California and how brave you were that fateful night.I only wish I could have been there to help you all that night. You have made my life more meaningful. Thank you...
Semper Fi and God Bless you.

State Traffic Officer #7185
California Highway Patrol

April 4, 2011

I read the book on this terrible tragedy. I used to drive by the scene to work at Magic Mountain in 1976. God bless these four Officers and their families. Jeff Jaynes Arizona Highway Patrol, Williams, Arizona.

Officer Jeff Jaynes
Arizona Highway Patrol

June 27, 2010

Rest in Peace Brother, keep an eye on us still on the street from Heaven

Policeman
Brother in Blue, Phoenix PD

May 18, 2010

God Bless you and thank you for your service and duty to the Finest Law Enforcement Organization in the world....Semper Fi...You will always be remembered.....

Mike #7185

W.M.Becze #7185 State Traffic Officer
CHP

April 27, 2010

I went to school with his sister Judy. I always thought he was so handsome. I remember well hearing about his death and feeling such sorrow. It is hard to believe it has been 40 years. I drove on Hwy 99 all the time and knew the CHP was always near. I extend my heartfelt thank you for his service and prayers to his family during this anniversary. God bless all our service men and officers.

Cheryl Coffman
Friend

April 18, 2010

Another year has passed and you are still admired and respectfully remembered in the hearts and minds of so many. My thoughts and prayers are with your loved ones and friends on this anniversary of your EOW. You will never be forgotten.

James Sheppard
Father of Sgt. Jason L. Sheppard EOW 12/7/06

April 5, 2010

I remember George from the Academy. He was always smilimg and happy. I think of him often.

T.O. Paul Deutsch 6274
Classmate of III 68

March 17, 2010

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