Narcotic Agent II Charles Matthew Holmes

Narcotic Agent II Charles Matthew Holmes

Pennsylvania Office of Attorney General, Pennsylvania

End of Watch Tuesday, April 11, 1995

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Charles Matthew Holmes

Narcotic Agent II Charles Holmes died from injuries sustained in a vehicle crash on March 27th, 1995, in Upper Chichester Township.

Agent Holmes was en route to an investigation when he collided with a tractor-trailer. He was transferred to the Crozer-Chester Medical Center, where he succumbed to his injuries 14 days later.

Agent Holmes was a United States Army Reserve veteran and had served in law enforcement for over 30 years, serving with the Philadelphia Police Department, the Philadelphia District Attorney's Office, and the Pennsylvania Office of Attorney General. He was survived by his wife, son, and twins.


  • Age 52
  • Tour 30 years
  • Badge 255
  • Military Veteran

Incident Details

  • Cause Automobile crash
  • Incident Date Monday, March 27, 1995

investigation, vehicle crash

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Hey Charlie ( AKA ) Babe!! It’s going on 29 years I’ve been without you this has been a hardest 29 years of my life that I’ve had to face this world without you. There’s not a day go by that I don’t think about you or miss you. You will forever be, and my heart, I will fight to the day. I leave this earth, with every breath in my body. I will fight for which A.G to acknowledge and no and understand who you were or should I say who you are!!! I’m not happy the way things have gone, but I am thankful and grateful that the plaque has been put up in the AG’s office on the 16th floor. As soon as you walk out the elevator of you and another plaque has been placed at the new location of the office that you worked at But other than that there has been no honoring so I’m not understanding the article stated that April 11 will honor you. I’m not asking for a whole lot all I wanna know is how is it going to be 10 AM 12 noon just a moments of silence I’m not asking for a parade. I’m not asking for a big luncheon but I think an acknowledgment at least five minutes two minutes will be
appropriate. Charlie I got your back you will get was owed to you and the world or should I say Pennsylvania how your widow and your children were treated after 30+ years of serving the USA Army Reserves Rank Command Sergeant Major and protecting the State of Pennsylvania, and Phila. PD. What a impeccable career you’ve had. I’m so heartbroken about the disrespect and treatment to ur name, our Twins and myself.
I love you with all my heart I’ll never find another love as genuine as you were.
It’s OK because the 15 years that we spent together I feel like there will be no one that can make me as happy and whole and complete as you have made me. God please continue to give me strength

Stefanie Holmes
Wife ( Widow )

February 3, 2024

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