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Sergeant Robert Brandon Paudert | West Memphis Police Department, Arkansas West Memphis Police Department, Arkansas

Sergeant

Robert Brandon Paudert

West Memphis Police Department, Arkansas

End of Watch: Thursday, May 20, 2010
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Reflections for Sergeant Robert Brandon Paudert

 

RIP Sgt Paudert and Officer Evans. This video is making its rounds on YouTube which hopefully will bring some needed attention to "sovereign citizens", weapons traffickers and routine traffic stops. In this day and age, NO traffic stop should be routine. Thank you for your service Sgt Paudert and Officer Evans.

Sr PO Greg Warren
NJ Parole
December 10, 2010

Just watched the dashcam video and news clips of your shooting and the deaths of your assailants. Thank you brother for your dedication and service. My thoughts and prayers and with your family and the West Memphis Police Department. Rest easy, brother; we've got it from here.

Ofc. Alan Mitchell
Alaska DJJ
December 6, 2010

I watched the video of the incident involving these two interdiction officers. I pray that all involved can have peace and God be with them in their time of grieving.

sgt. mark stack
soddy daisy police dept. chattanooga tn.
December 2, 2010

Thank You for your service.. You will be missed and you are with us during our tours of duty. God Bless, you and your family.

P/O
Philadelphia Police
December 1, 2010

Sgt. Paudert,

I remember when this took place and have just watched the dash cam of this horrific incident. It sent chills down my spine because how many times have we all conducted "routine traffic stops"? I hope you are in a better place now and look down on your fellow officers.

Ofc. Robert J. Culver
Holly Hill Police Department
Volusia County, FL

Officer Robert J. Culver
Holly Hill Police Department
December 1, 2010

Godspeed, brother. Rest in peace.

Deputy Matt Ballew
Ste. Genveieve County, Missouri Sheriff's Office
November 24, 2010

Your Bravery and Heroism will never be forgotten. Rest in peace brother.

REt. Sgt. Craig S. Force Sr
Pawtucket Police Department,RI
November 23, 2010

Brandon,

May you rest in peace.

To your father:
I commend you for your strength and sharing the experience of your son in the training video you helped produce regarding your son's traffic stop.

To you sir, I will carry the memory of your son- along with my personal loses- and dedicate my service to him and the fallen.

Sincerely,

Your brother in blue

Police Officer-011th District
Chicago Police Department
November 17, 2010

Sgt. Paudert,
Sir, I would just like to say thank you to you and your fellow officer for your service and sacrifice for the citizens of West Memphis. And to your family and loved ones, I wish to extend my deepest sympathy.

R.I.P.
USBP

Anonymous
USBP
September 27, 2010

God is love.

Ed Small
August 27, 2010

I salute you, Sir, for your bravery, courage, dedication to duty and ultimate sacrifice. May God Bless and comfort the family and friends of this American hero. Please take comfort in knowing that he will NEVER be forgotten and will FOREVER be a hero.

SGT Mark B. Hanna, Retired
Fayetteville, AR PD
July 9, 2010

R.I.P

sergeant
NYPD
July 2, 2010

As a fellow Officer I would like to pay my respects to both Fallin Officers from west Memphis. May the lord watch over you and your families. God Bless.

Patrol Officer C. Downs #823
Dallas County Police ( Texas )
July 1, 2010

God Bless you all!

Gail Welker
June 30, 2010

i can only imagine how many times i saw you two sitting ' in the middle ' as i drove into west memphis. now everytime i pass those empty gravel pads in the median i think of you guys and i miss ya'll ! i realize now i took your presence for granted. the two wooden crosses always catch my eye when i pass and remind me to slow down! please know we miss ya'll very much and your families are always in my prayers . thanks for keeping us safe while you were here . MAY GOD BLESS YOU TWO HEROES AND YOUR FAMILIES!

anon driver
united parcel service
June 25, 2010

-RIP-

Gone but not forgotten

Anonymous
June 21, 2010

I miss you. It breaks my heart to know you're gone.
Watch over us from there, ok? Keep Bill in line and don't give God's secretary the hard time you gave me (unless, of course, she knows you're joking just as I did).

"When we all get to Heaven,
What a day of rejoicing that will be.
When we all see Jesus,
We'll sing and shout the victory!"

You are loved and missed.
Sue

Sue Adamson
West Memphis Police Department
June 17, 2010

Mrs. Paudert, I cannot begin to know the depth of the pain you and your family feel. I only know that my heart hurts for your loss. I also know that there are many of us wearing badges across the nation and even the world who share your pain at your loss. May God comfort you and please know that you will be in my thoughts and prayers daily.

AZ Narc
June 9, 2010

Mrs. Paudert, I cannot begin to know the depth of the pain you and your family feel. I only know that my heart hurts for your loss. I also know that there are many of us wearing badges across the nation and even the world who share your pain at your loss. May God comfort you and please know that you will be in my thoughts and prayers daily.

AZ Narc
June 9, 2010

Rest in peace brother. We've got the watch from here. May God bless your family, friends and fellow officers who all mourn the loss of yet another hero.

Motor Officer Dominick Marraccini
Easton Police Department, Easton, PA
June 7, 2010

June 5, 2010

As I sit down to write this letter, I am in awe. I am in awe of the Lord and of all of you who have supported my family during this tragedy. I am truly amazed, honored, and blown away by all of the cards, letters, and support you have given.
I can’t begin to explain how cards from those I didn’t even know touched my heart. In the past, I have thought that no one would know or want me to visit during the most painful times in their lives. I thought that they wouldn’t even know I was there. I thought that I would just pray for them. Because of all of you, my mind has changed. However, prayer is what my family still needs most. What I mean to say is that I will send that card or word of encouragement every time. It has really made a vast difference for me.
I thought that I would be able to write individual, personal thank you cards. However, it soon became apparent that this would be an impossible task!! So, I want to thank all of you publicly for your support of Bill and Brandon’s families. I am truly honored by all of you.
In addition, I would like to thank every officer from all over the country that chose to honor my husband with their show of support. Brandon would have truly, truly been moved. I am sure that he watched from above with pure amazement.
The West Memphis Police Department has become my family. Please know that you all have someone with “connections” praying for each of you every day, while you carry out the duty and service that comes with being a police officer. Thank you for all that you have done. I thank you for continuing to protect us all, even in the midst of this tragedy.
Words cannot express, what love has shown… Please know that I am strengthened by the Lord and the words of encouragement which have so ministered to me. Even though I don’t know the plan, I know God has one. I trust that the Lord will walk beside me and carry me when I can’t walk. My warrior, Brandon, will be right there, always at peace and secure with our Lord.

Sincerely,


Kim Paudert
Wife of Sgt. Brandon Paudert
West Memphis Police Department

Kim Paudert
wife of Sgt Brandon Paudert
June 5, 2010

May God give the families, friends, and survivors the strength needed to endure this evil and loss. None of you will ever be quite the same. May his example of service inspire others to take his place on the front lines.

Lieutenant (retired)
Chesterfield Co. Police, VA
June 4, 2010

My thoughts and prayers are with your family,may God bless them and give them strength in this most difficult time. To Officer Paudert rest in peace,Hero.

Lauren W.
Wife of DeSoto Co. Officer
June 2, 2010

I cannot even fathom the amount of grief that your family, friends and department must be feeling with the loss of two HERO's from the same family. I pray that God will grant some sort of understanding and peace as to why this happened. Thank you for your service, your courage and bravery and the ultimate sacrifice you and your family have made. God Bless and Godspeed.

Lisa
GEORGIA CIVILIAN
June 2, 2010

Rest in peace my brother in blue. Now you can walk Heaven's beat. Your family, friends, and co-workers with the West Memphis Police Department, are in my thoughts and prayers. God Bless

Sr. Officer D. Johns
City of Sandy Springs Police, Georgia
June 1, 2010

 
 

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