Family, Friends & Fellow Officers Remember...

Detective Thomas G. Newman

Baltimore City Police Department, Maryland

End of Watch Saturday, November 23, 2002

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Reflections for Detective Thomas G. Newman

Rest in peace Sergeant Newman.

Rabbi Lewis S. Davis

April 11, 2019

Hard to believe it’s been 16 years since I got that call early in the morning asking if you worked for me and to respond to the hospital immediately. I had no idea what happened to you. I will never forget that day. I continue to pray for you and your family. God Bless.

Detective/Sergeant Lester McCrea
Baltimore Police Department

November 23, 2018

JUST SITTING HERE THINKING OF YOU WITH TEARS IN MY EYES. YOUR GONE BUT NEVER 4 GOTTEN FOREVER ISNT LONG ENOUGH.
UNTIL WE MEET AGAIN..
#MYHERO
AN OFFICER AND A GENTLEMAN
2 GETHER TIL THE END

TARA BRACEY

September 4, 2018

JUST SITTING HERE THINKING OF YOU WITH TEARS IN MY EYES. YOUR GONE BUT NEVER 4 GOTTEN FOREVER ISNT LONG ENOUGH.
UNTIL WE MEET AGAIN..
#MYHERO
AN OFFICER AND A GENTLEMAN

Tara Bracey

September 4, 2018

The world is always changing, but our world was forevery impacted by the loss of you My Big Brother. There isn't a day that gos by that we don't think of you, as i think about all the current events in the news today. All i can do is pray for the Families of Fallen Heros Who have Horned the Shield with Truth. I pray for all the Famailies Who have losted love ones to thoses who have miss used the Aorthority of The Badge they ware. I love and miss you deeply, but I know you are resting easy in heaven until we see you again. Always My Hero! Love you more then words can every say, your little Sis Na'

Rena Martin
His Sister

July 20, 2016

You were a brave and courageous Detective Mr. Newmann and thank you for your service. The circumstances of your murder are very disturbing to say the least. No Officer should have to look over his shoulder after testifying. Glad to see this thug is not eligible for parole because I have read way too many stories on ODMP where the murderers of officers get their freedom again one day after stealing the life of that Officer and impacting their family's lives forever!

J. Gantner
Grandson, Son, Brother of NJ LEO's & NJSP

February 25, 2016

Tommy, hard to believe it's been twelve years since last we spoke. I think of you often and those years we had together in the VCTF. What a group we had; Jerry, Carol, Kenny, Stan, Dave & of course…you, always the quiet, steady, hard working guy that never complained and got along with everyone. Twenty years have come & gone since those days but the memories of you remain forever. Thank you for your selflessness, dedication, loyalty & above all else your friendship.

Lieutenant Timothy Devine
Baltimore City Police Department

October 22, 2014

Its Been 11 years Since you Been Gone and I Juss Wish God Could Bring you Back For 1 Day . I Miss You SOOO Much Goddaddy . Today is Your Death Anniversary and Im.Taking it Hard But im going to try pull through . Only If You Was here to See Me Turn 18 o. Monday . Iloveyouuu Giddaddy and May You Rest in Paradise . Your Memory Will FOREVER Live on

Aikera
Goddaughter

November 23, 2013

Time Seem By To Fly so Fast , But its Never a Time That Gies By where I Dont Think About You . Tommy I LOVE and Miss You So Much ♥ . You are My Hero . Everyday I Sit Back and Think About All the Fun Times We Had . Your Memories Will Forever Live on . Iloveyouu Tommy & RIP ♥

Aikera Shanton
Goddaughter (Daughter)

August 10, 2013

Tommy the way we got 2gether was fate.me so crazy you so sexy and cool.who would have thought that a rough neck like me; ciould win the heart of an officer and gentleman like you?No matter what man might think my GOD makes no mistakes.He called you home I know ur watching over me and I will forever keep our memories in my Heart*R.I P. baby daddy... LOVING YOU ALWAYS p.s.I'm the woman you always knew I could be....thanx 4 loving me 4 who you knew I would be.

Tara Bracey
close personal friend

November 26, 2012

Newman

You will always be remembered and never forgotten. I remember when we were in the academy together and all the great times we had. You are my brother in more ways then one. Rest In Peace for the love i have for you will never die.

P/O Stewart Carlton
Baltimore City Police Department

May 10, 2012

Missing you, and thinking of you, a true brother in blue... I wish I could have been there for you, sorry I was not... you were always loved, and will always be missed...

Detective Ken Driscoll
Baltimore City Police Department

March 25, 2012

Detective Newman...its been two years since i have posted...but know that my negligence in posting does not mean that you are not thought of. My prayers continue to be with your family...and we will continue to rep the thin blue line to the fullest!

Sergeant
Prince George's County Police Department

December 21, 2011

Tommy was a friend, a brother in blue, and most of all a damn good cop. Rest in peace tommy and I will see you at the heavenly lodge. Hold me a place and put in a good word.

Retired Det. Robert Cooper
Baltimore City Police Department

November 23, 2010

There hasn't been a day that is don't think of you, time is passing, but the love and memories we have in our hearts
will never pass away. I know your looking down from heaven
with that big smile of yours we all miss, It's been hard over the years to look across the Sundays dinner table and not see you and Pop, but God his a good God and we all know we will be together again, Lexi misses you so!! Mama still kisses your picture every night!! Your allways be our heart! Love You Man!!!! Na'

Rena'
little sis

July 1, 2010

Tommy,
I was getting ready for Turkey season, as I placed my camo jacket on I looked at the name tag it read Newman. I remembered the night you gave me the jacket and the promise to hook-up and hunt on your property.
Missed but never forgotten.

Detective
Baltimore City Police Department

April 19, 2010

The true definition of Hero should read: (n) Thomas Newman.

Anonymous

December 2, 2009

Your heroism and service is honored today, the 7th anniversary of your death. Your memory lives and you continue to inspire. Thank you for your service. My cherished son Larry Lasater was a fellow police officer murdered in the line of duty on April 24, 2005 while serving as a Pittsburg, CA police officer.

Rest In Peace

Phyllis Loya
Mother of fallen officer Larry Lasater

November 24, 2009

Detective Newman,
I thought of you today and decided to say hello. I think of you often and the sacrifice that you made. Rest in peace and know that the good guys will win! Your sister in blue.

Sergeant
Prince George's County Police Department

February 21, 2009

Detective Newman,

May the peace that eluded you on earth find you always in heaven. My thoughts prayers are with you and your family on this sixth annaversery. May your sacrifice never be forgotten.

Patrolman
Argos Police Department

November 23, 2008

My thoughts and prayers are with your loved ones and friends on this sixth anniversary of your EOW. Continue to keep watch over them and those still out on patrol watching over the Thin Blue Line. You will never be forgotten

James Sheppard
Father of Sgt. Jason L. Sheppard EOW 12/7/06

November 23, 2008

RIP.You will never be forgotten.

Anonymous

October 31, 2008

detective newman...was driving through b-more about a week or two ago and immediately, your image came to mind. i said a little prayer for you and your children. but then, i decided that today was a good day to let you know that you are thought of. i wish that i could tell you that the streets have gotten better. its rough out here...but we continue to "hold it down" for the innocent and for those who have made the ultimate sacrifice. know that you are always thought of and i'm gonna look you up when i get to heaven so that we can be formally introduced. rest easy my brother in blue.

former corporal
Prince George's County Police

April 22, 2008

Thankyou for your service and sacrifice. You are a hero for us all to look up too. You are not forgotten

POLICE OFFICER
PHILA PA

March 29, 2008

Tommy,I remember when you came to the District, brand new from the academy. I remember the times we conversed outside and in passing in the hallways. Who knew then that the little things you remember now would be cherished memeories. I was floored when I heard the news of your passing, and to this day still find it hard to comprehend.Keep up safe from above till we meet on the beat again in his house.

p/o Wiliam Ackiss
Baltimore Police Dept

February 7, 2008

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