Family, Friends & Fellow Officers Remember...

Patrolman Jeremy T. Charron

Epsom Police Department, New Hampshire

End of Watch Sunday, August 24, 1997

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Reflections for Patrolman Jeremy T. Charron

Rest in peace Patrolman Charron.

Rabbi Lewis S. Davis

June 20, 2020

Thinking of you today! The second subject involved in your murder is back in custody.

WDTX LSFTF
USMS

February 19, 2020

I just saw that one of the two defendants responsible for your horrific murder just walked away from the "Sober House" he was paroled to and walked away from his parole, AGAIN, as this is the second time he has walked away from his parole. I can't even begin to put into words how not only infuriating this is but how confusing it is too. It absolutely baffles me how all we here today are erroneous and false narrative complaints from media and politicians about a broken justice system. Citing of course the described "injustices" involving LE doing nothing more but carrying out the dangerous day to day duties and job performances, yet when the most egregious injustice like this occurs we here nothing or very little. Heaven Forbid there should be any further victims as a result of this absurdity, and I pray for swift and safe action to get this monster back in custody where he belongs. God Bless you Officer Charron and all of your brother and sister officers up there and of course, your family. RIP and keep watch over your brethren LE from above my friend and THANK YOU for your service!!

Detective Cpl/3 Steven Rizzo (Retired)
Delaware State Police

February 17, 2020

I cannot believe 22 years have gone by without you in this world. I remember not wanting that horrible day to end because I cherished a day that were in. I miss you all the time and wish you knew my boys. Forever in my heart...

Melissa Childs
Cousin

August 29, 2019

A truly horrible week in Law Enforcement and the State of New Hampshire.
Rest In Peace
Semper Fi

Bailiff/Retired
N.H.Administrative Office of The Courts

August 24, 2019

Thinking about you today brother, 22 years and still remember all the good times like they were yesterday.

Sergeant
Belknap County Sheriffs Department

August 24, 2019

There is not a day I do not think about you brother. Semper Fidelis and still walk the thin blue line...

James Wolfe
CMPD and USMC

December 15, 2018

I can't believe it's been 20 years! I miss you everyday... your death was so senseless but your legacy lives on. You were so special. Our days at NHTI are some of the best! I still can hear your laugh. I wish you were here with us, you would have made a difference in this hateful world! But today I remember you and what a great friend yoi were to all that had the honor of knowing you. Rest easy my friend, till we meet again!

Whitney
Friend from NHTI

August 24, 2017

I Cant believe its been twenty years RIP my Friend

Micheal Dempsey
Epsom PD Retired Captain HCDOC

August 24, 2017

I miss you everyday brother... I can't believe that we're coming up on the 20th anniversary

FMR Patrolman Jon Fisher
Pittsfield PD

July 27, 2017

Never Forget, Semper Fi

Captain Micheal Dempsey Ret
Epsom PD

August 24, 2016

What a sad day that was in 1997. The recent events in Dallas TX have me reflecting on this young man and his sacrifice.
I had only fairly recently moved on from policing in the very same town, having made the very same patrol countless times. That gave me great pause as Mrs and I turned the car around from vacation to attend the service. I did not get to know this Marine. But was able to wish him well in his new job one day on the road. He seemed so full of promise. I remember his very able uncle, the chief one town over, coming to help me with a suspect one night. So Jeremy had lawman in his blood for sure.
Let us never take our "Thin Blue Line" for granted. God bless him and the family he left behind, forever and always.

Jack Krause
Kaneohe, Hawaii
July 9, 2016

John Krause "Jack", Past Patrolman
Epsom, NH

July 9, 2016

What a sad day that was in 1997. The recent events in Dallas TX have me reflecting on this young man and his sacrifice.
I had only fairly recently moved on from policing in the very same town, having made the very same patrol countless times. That gave me great pause as Mrs and I turned the car around from vacation to attend the service. I did not get to know this Marine. But was able to wish him well in his new job one day on the road. He seemed so full of promise. I remember his very able uncle, the chief one town over, coming to help me with a suspect one night. So Jeremy had lawman in his blood for sure.
Let us never take our "Thin Blue Line" for granted. God bless him and the family he left behind, forever and always.

John Krause "Jack", Past Patrolman
Epsom, NH

July 9, 2016

Served with Jeremy from beginning to end of Marine Corps tour. This many years gone by and I can still see his face as if I saw him yesterday. You live on in the hearts and minds of those who knew you and had the honor of standing beside you. Rest in peace Jeremy.

Sergeant Matt Hughes
North Charleston PD, N. Charleston SC/USMC 92-96

March 21, 2016

i'm a resident here in epsom a gold star mother to a marine semper fi.i salute you when i drive by .rest in peace

helen boudreau
none

December 26, 2015

Thinking of you often you are remembered.

Semper Fi

Captain Micheal Dempsey (ret)
HCDOC /EPD

December 23, 2015

Jeremy & Family, Always in my heart. My brother fromm Lackland AFB, Texase who use to tell me, "Stay Motivated!"
This is why we police officers stay Guard Up, at all times.
We are not paranoid, we just expect the worst from those who lack any sense of honor or code. Epsom PD, you are not alone. We are with you.....

Detective Michael Slaughter #103
Bristol Twp. Police, Pennsylvania

December 22, 2015

RIP Brother, Semper Fi.

019N Recruit Mike Stivers
JCLEA

August 25, 2015

Today August 24,2015.....19 years gone....will never forget that day......Thoughts of you and your family always...every time I go by the swimming hole I think of you...RIP Jeremy......I will never forget.......Maryann Briggs

Maryann Briggs
friend....Ofc Mike Briggs Mom

August 24, 2015

Tomorrow will mark another year passed and I can still hear the call out like it was yesterday.

RIP Marine

Captain Micheal Dempsey (ret)
Epsom

August 23, 2015

Doesn't seem possible that it has been 17 years. Finished our family reunion this weekend up at The Farm by sending balloons to you! You are missed beyond words.

Julie Charron
Cousin

August 24, 2014

Continued Rest In Eternal Rest, PO Jeremy Charron. Thank you for your service to our country, and for your ultimate sacrifice. God Bless You.

PO Liz Philbin
Boston Police Department

July 28, 2014

Jeremy and I were close as brothers as we both started our careers in law enforcement. Countless days hanging out we developed a special kinship that remains a void today. This world was blessed to have such a capable young man who's love for his country and community remains a great example to all.
I miss you brother

Jon Fisher
former patrolman Pittsfield PD

July 9, 2014

We went to Parris Island together, MCT together, our MOS school together and then on to Camp Lejeune together. His untimely death was a devastating blow to reality for me. Semper Fidelis, Brother...Rest...we have the watch.

MSgt Mark K. Archambeau
US Marine Corps

April 24, 2014

I miss my friend. I miss hanging out in at his place on his grand parents property in Pittsfield. I always have and always will consider him my younger brother. I know you are helping guard heavens gates Marine. Semper Fi and rest in peace.

Former Patrolman
Pittsfield PD

March 30, 2014

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