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Police Officer Aubrey Wright Hawkins

Irving Police Department, Texas

End of Watch Sunday, December 24, 2000

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Reflections for Police Officer Aubrey Wright Hawkins


Svtfc Jeff Harrison

January 14, 2021


Svtfc Jeff Harrison

January 14, 2021

I was coming up to my 8th year in law enforcement the night Ofc Hawkins was killed. His death had a profound effect on me and on this the 20th anniversary of his death I honor his memory and pray God continues to comfort his family.

Ofc DJ Olvera
Retired Grand Prairie PD/DBU PD

December 24, 2020

You will never be forgotten. We see your face and your impact whenever we enter our facilities. Your example and your lessons are still taught at the academy today. Your sacrifice rings true, maybe more today than it ever does.

You continue to be a driving force in our PD, patrol will never forget.

Many of us never met you, but you represent us all.

Rest Easy, Sir.

Irving Police

September 13, 2020

Rest in peace Officer Hawkins.

Rabbi Lewis S. Davis

May 15, 2020


Security Jeffrey Harrison
Corpus Christi State School

December 30, 2019


Security Jeffrey Harrison
Corpus Christi State School

December 30, 2019

Aubrey, It's been 19 years. #neverforget

Cpl R. W. Harmon, retired
Grayson County SO

December 24, 2019

You are never forgotten.

Sgt.Al Whitney (Ret)
Yuma County Sheriff's Office, AZ

December 24, 2019



December 24, 2019

Well Sir, the bastards that took you from us are burning in hell. I'm really pissed that you were shot multiple times and run over having a painful death while they got to lye down on a padded bed and only feel the prick of a needle before drifting off. I say they deserved worse. You're one of my heroes. It makes me so disappointed hearing that people can be this horrible. Thank you for your service and sacrifice.

Mason Oster
Son of Police officer.
South Dakota

December 8, 2019


I still think of you so often, I also think of our friend, James Burns who recently went to be with the Lord due to leukemia. We all had so much fun together while at St Paul Medical Center Police Department during the 90's! It broke my heart that our agency was eliminated when UT at Southwest took over St Paul and was eventually torn down a few years later. So many fond memories there!!! We were a close family. I'll here some say I wish I can go back in time to relive the good times again and undo certain events, but we all know that is impossible!! All we can do is press forward and cherish the good memories!! Can't believe it has been almost 19 years since we lost you!! Miss you Aubrey, and you too Lori and James!!!

Property Officer Avis Stone
Dallas County Hospital District PD

September 26, 2019

This last Thursday I had a BBQ at my office about a mile away from where Aubrey was murdered. We had 9 officers from IPD join us for BBQ. Great men and women. Many who knew Aubrey and had served with him.

Even though it’s been 18 years since your EOW, you will never be forgotten. Heros like Aubrey are never forgotten. May God Bless Aubrey’s family.

Kenneth Vaughan
Business owner in Irving

December 24, 2018

I think of you often throughout the year, but particularly on today. I hope to meet you in Heaven someday. Rest easy Hero.

Sgt Al Whitney (Ret)
Yuma County Sheriff's Office AZ

December 24, 2018

You were truly a great person. Thank you for your sacrifice.

Eddy Payne
HS friend

December 19, 2018

Never forgotten

Delaney RN
Federal Officer’s wife

December 5, 2018

And a fourth was executed tonight, Garcia. As soon as the article mentioned your name I remembered. Eighteen years later I remembered and I am sure many others have not forgotten you and your family. You were murdered on Christmas eve. Contrary to the comment from Mr. Garcia, we know exactly what we are doing buddy. We administer justice, Old Testament style.

Illinois Resident

December 4, 2018

When a Police Officer is killed, the entire nation mourns.
You, Sir, shall never be forgotten.

Dallas Police Officer
Dallas Police Department

December 4, 2018

Rest In Peace Officer. You will never be forgotten. Blue Lives Matter.

Future Police Officer Tyler Kaczmarek
Future police Officer

July 26, 2018

Rest In Peace Brother in Blue. Thank you and your family for your service and sacrifice.

Officer Mike Robinson (Ret.)
Upland Police Dept. CA

June 26, 2018

There are many that remember you every Christmas eve. I promise.

Anonymous officer

December 25, 2017

I never knew you or your family but every year at this time you come to mind. I have prayed for your family through the years. I can only imagine how painful it is. Once again I want to thank you for your sacrifice in order to protect and to serve. Over the past 40+ years in law enforcement I have had friends that also give their life as you did. I pray that someday we will meet in a far better place. I salute you and your family. You live on in our hearts.

Robert Carouth

December 6, 2017

I will never forget that horrible day. At the age of 20 years old, I was glued to the television watching the events unfold. I felt so guilty spending time with my family knowing that your family wouldn't get to see you on Christmas morning. I had such a heavy heart for several days. Thank you for service, Brother. Your life still matters and your legacy will live on.

Police Officer Jeremy Jones
Crandall Police Department

July 26, 2017

You are not forgotten brother. Rest In Peace. Yes

Sergeant Larry Blunt
Rockwall PD

May 29, 2017


Sig Jeff Harrison

February 25, 2017

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