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Patrolman Jerry Alan Jones | Charleston Police Department, West Virginia Charleston Police Department, West Virginia


Jerry Alan Jones

Charleston Police Department, West Virginia

End of Watch: Sunday, September 13, 2009
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Reflections for Patrolman Jerry Alan Jones


When calamity comes, the wicked are brought down, but even in death the righteous have a refuge - Proverbs 14:32

This tragic incident breaks my heart. Rest assured this brave hero is not forgotten.

Constable Amanda Pandolfi #1249
York Regional Police, Ontario Canada
February 15, 2011

Miss you!!!!! Love you always <3 You will NEVER be forgotten

Samantha Jones
February 6, 2011

If there ever comes a day when we can't be together keep me in your heart, I'll stay there forever.
-- Winnie the Pooh

<3 YOU are and will always be in my heart!!

Samantha Jones
November 21, 2010

Semper Fi Marine......

It has been a year since you left us. You were so young and at the top of your game. You will always be remembered for your service to our Great Country and to Charleston Police Department will never be forgotten. On this day I just want to say Semper Fi Marine and guard the gates of heaven until we all meet again..I see you have a Combat Action Ribbon and were with the 8th Marines...Thank you from a Viet Nam veteran and fellow Marine....God Bless Marine...

State Traffic Officer W.M.Becze #7185
California Highway Patrol
September 13, 2010

To Patrloman Jerry Alan Jones, his family and his fellow officers with the Charleston Police Department:

Our heartfelt thoughts are with you on the anniversary of Patrolman Jerry Jones' tragic death and we honor him for his valor and sacrifice to the community. Rest in Peace, Partolman Jones and thank you for your service.

Wives Behind The Badge, Inc
Members and Staff
September 13, 2010

A year ago today. You are not forgotten brother.

PFC C.A. Buskirk & Family
Parkersburg WV Police Dept.
September 13, 2010

Rest in peace.

SSgt David Eynon
Marine Corps Criminal Investigation Division, Formally 3/6 I Co
August 26, 2010

we the member of trinity lighthouse miss you see you heaven .

trinity lighthouse baptist church
March 14, 2010

I miss you! I think about you daily...and pretty much all the time. Love you more than anything.

Samantha Jones
February 20, 2010

Jerry I was just thinking about you again as I always do. This is the 2nd night back on night shift since this tragedy happened. We all miss you more than words can describe. You are always in my heart and on my mind. Rest peacefully my brother.

Sgt. C. A. Dickinson
Charleston PD
January 12, 2010

God Bless you and your family! Rest in Peace Devil Dog!!!
Semper Fi

Lcpl Chaney
United States Marine Corps
January 6, 2010

Sir the sacrifice you have made and that so many make each and every day in this Great Land of ours both here and overseas throughout history saddens me greatly but as it should any normal person. I pray that our heavenly Father may assuage the anguish of your family's bereavement, and may not one person ever forget the price you paid so that others may be safe.. Rest In Peace Patrolman Jones. God Bless America

A1C Morton
December 21, 2009

To everything there is a time, and a season, for every purpose under heaven. I did not have the privledge of knowing Ptl. Jones, but it is obvious that he was doing what he did best, to protect and to serve. He and each and every man that stood with him that day. They were all there to serve. Things occur as part of a devine plan, many times one we do not see or understand. Our job is to honor those who serve, and trust that He who holds the key to understanding, will bring peace in this moment of grief.
Thank you Mr. Jones for your service, Thank you officers who stood with him that day for your service.

December 7, 2009

There's not a day, hour, minute that goes by without me thinking of you in some way. I feel like so much has been taken away from us both. I feel robbed of my time with you. You know how I feel and I know that you wouldn't have wanted any of this. I miss you more than words can describe.
Love you always

Samantha Jones
December 6, 2009

Semper Fidelis! Rest Peacefully and let it be know that you will never be forgotten. Once a Marine, Always a Marine!

Patrolman Bret Mueller
Oaklyn PD, New Jersey
November 19, 2009

My thoughts & prayers are with you. Rest easy

Cindy, Arkansas
sister of slain Officer Randy Basnett, eow 9-24-1976
November 15, 2009

Just thinking about you on this Veteran's Day Brother. I still miss seeing you in roll call every day. You are sorely missed. You are always remembered.

Sgt. C. A. Dickinson
Charleston Police Dept.
November 11, 2009


October 12, 2009

My heart goes out to the family of this officer. Stay strong and be there for one another.

Bridget Risner Widow of Josh Risner
Ohio State Highway Patrol
October 6, 2009

SEMPER FI, MARINE! Thank you for all that you did, both here in WV and in the Corps. As it is written, "All Gave Some, Some Gave All!"

Addison Miller, HMC(FMF)/Ret
Fleet Marines
October 6, 2009

Devil Dawg:

May Your Soul Rest - In - Peace.

Michael B. Parlor
October 4, 2009

Thank you for your service Sir.

Captain Kent Myers
Stanly County Sheriff's Office. NC
October 4, 2009

Patrolman Jones,
Sir, I would just like to say thank you for your service and sacrifice-not just for your community, but for our Country as well when you served with the USMC in Afghanistan. And to your family and loved ones, I wish to extend my deepest sympathy.

Semper Fi Devil Dog!
A fellow LEO;former Marine

October 4, 2009

For Patrolman Jerry Jones:

Our duty as law officers takes us to front where the heaviest action occurs. As in an battle, the timing and the actions of each of us remains one of careful decision and irrevocable judgement. When things go wrong it can be horrific. Never-the-less it is part of battle and each of must live with ourselves to the end of time.

For Jerry, both as an soldier-of-the-law and as a marine my guess is that he would blame nobody. Nor would he be other than what he has proven himself to be -- a model defender of his fellow man. We recognize him a hero standing among heros.

We pray for his family, his friends, his co-workers and all those who care about him. A voice that sounds like his, heard most clearly by we who have been in battle, is saying we should hold no grudge for his comrades on this day of horror. Truly, I am certain, this will give him rest.

As a retired PA state trooper, a FL deputy sheriff and veteran soldier I am proud to render Jerry a final salute.

Cpl. Ralph D. Fiorenza (Ret.)
Pennylvania State Police
October 1, 2009

My heart mourns your loss, Deputy Jones, and I pray for your family, friends and fellow officers. I fervently hope that those involved in the tragic shooting will find peace...

Deputy Tina Holtz
Chautauqua Co. Sheriff's Office
September 29, 2009


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