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Trooper Nikky Joe Green

Oklahoma Highway Patrol, Oklahoma

End of Watch Friday, December 26, 2003

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Reflections for Trooper Nikky Joe Green

I remember him telling a story about pulling an elderly gentleman out of a vehicle. (There was a gun in the seat and they guy was reaching around it, looking for a document and not listening) As he was pulling the guy from the vehicle through the window, he said all he really could remember and hear was the man's wife saying "Joe you should have listened to that nice young man" over and over. :) Still thinking of you and keeping your memory alive.

Former LEO
He was Sherrif dept, I was PD Walters OK

May 15, 2024

I was just telling a story about you during a call we ran once together that had me laughing and missing you pretty good. I think of you often still. I pray your family is doing well and remembers you with the fondest of memories. Godspeed, my friend!

TJ Davis, EMT/RN
Comanche County Memorial Ambulance (once upon a long time ago)

October 27, 2022

I remember you, sir. HAPPY FATHERS DAY.

Collin Moses
A friend

June 19, 2022

Today we would be going to eat to celebrate. You would make fun of me for getting old and I would make fun of you for being older…we were robbed of that opportunity, however, justice is around the corner for your killer…I feel it.

So tonight I will toast to you as I quietly raise a crown and coke..I push hard everyday in your memory brother…I love and miss you…but am carrying on.
Distance will never break our bond.
See you on the other side.
Love you Forever…Karen Green

Sister Karen Green

April 29, 2022

Miss drinking coffee with you in the middle of the night in Grandfield brother.

Sergeant Brian Baker
The Colony Police Department

August 9, 2021

I suddenly remembered you and miss you.


May 2, 2020

I didn't know you, but you crossed my mind today. I had the honor of watching your funeral processional. I still pray for your family.


January 30, 2020

I have not forgotten you.


December 23, 2019

Trooper Green, rest in peace.

Rabbi Lewis S. Davis

August 30, 2019

Nik, another year has passed since you left this world to be with your Lord and Savior. I know you are glorified in the after life with family, friends, and your fellow officers that preceded you. Unfortunately, Malone is still appealing for his pathetic life, feeling no remorse for the pain and hurt his has caused everyone who knew and loved you. Hopefully the US Court of Appeals will agree with his sentencing and do to him what should have been done years ago. Missing you Brother. Rest easy and continue to watch over Linda, your daughters, your family, and your brother in blue.

Major (ret)
Guthrie Police Department

December 25, 2018

Nick was a great guy and always came to back me up. One of the best men i have ever known.

Captain Bret Camp
Mangum Police Dept.

November 12, 2018

Love to you today and always. You my brother are missed, always will be.

karen green

February 28, 2017

Nik, another year has gone by, and it's no easier getting over the hole left in the hearts of your family and friends and Law Enforcement, caused by the senseless actions of Malone, who lost another appeal this past August.
Still missing you Brother. Keep your vigil over all your brothers in blue. Praying for you, your family, and friends while knowing that our Lord and Savior continues to wrap all of you in His loving arms and gives us peace.

Major (Ret.)
Guthrie Police Department

December 27, 2016

Freind I miss you I stopped by your head stone and seen you the other day will miss you Niki will
Miss you

Under sheriff Jimmy Gallaher
Jefferson county sheriff's office

December 21, 2016

Trooper Nik Green was one of my best ever young Troopers. He would have gone far in OHP. I will always feel guilt, serious guilt, over his death. Though I don't know how, I wish I'd done better with his training. He was my young Trooper…my responsibility. I remain crushed over his death,

2LT Dee Wells #113

May 31, 2016

I met this man twice and he made a huge impact on my life, and I was only three when I met him, so that does say something. The people who do these things should automatically be sentenced to death.

Makennah Adams

April 5, 2016

It should be remembered that Trooper Green begged for his life several minutes before Rick Malone shot him twice in the head. One can still listen to Green begging for his life. I have heard that Malone and his attorneys' claim that Malone was mentally ill at the time of the killing. Listen to the recording and one will hear Rick Malone torment and execute Trooper Green. Malone was not and still not mentally ill, his own words prove that.

Scott Kenna Detective
Albuquerque Police Department

October 1, 2015

It's been a long time since you were taken from all of us, some of the days have been hard and some not so bad, either way I miss you and your guidance. I personally want to Thank You for your years of Service over me as one of my Guardian Angels, it's truly appreciated. I also want to tell you how much I appreciate you looking over Gary as well. The day I got the call about him getting hit, all the memories of the day we lost you came back, I'm really not sure how I was going to handle losing both of you. Thank you again for moving him just enough so that he didn't take the full impact and was able to survive. Please be with him everyday during his recovery!! I love you Nik.

Trooper Todd Lewis
Texas Highway Patrol

May 14, 2015

Nikky, you my friend are not, will not, be forgotten. You still epitomize all that is good in law enforcement, and your untimely loss has left a hole in the ranks that remains today. Rest in peace Brother. Prayers for your wife, daughters, family, and friends.

Major (Ret)
Guthrie Police Department

December 26, 2014

My thoughts and prayers are with you and your family.

Former LEO

July 19, 2014

It's another new year and we still think about you. Shows what a great man you were! You showed what a real man should be. What a great example.


January 2, 2014

As a youth Nikki couldn't say slick or preacher. They called the Pastor of our church Preacher. Leaving church one cold winter Sunday morning when Nikki was about 3, Nikki told the Pastor, "Shrick outside Creature".

I see his huge brown eye every time I think of this.

Jonny Rupe

December 27, 2013

Gone, but not forgotten.

Sgt. T. J. Jones
Greater Cleveland Transit Police Department, Ohio

December 26, 2013

Had a dream about you the other night.....Made me smile.

Trooper Gary Sanders
Oklahoma Highway Patrol

September 10, 2013

Missing you as always

Trooper Gary Sanders
Oklahoma Highway Patrol

July 1, 2013

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