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Master Trooper Junius Alvin Walker

Virginia State Police, Virginia

End of Watch Thursday, March 7, 2013

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Reflections for Master Trooper Junius Alvin Walker

Rest In Peace. Thank you for your service and dedication.

Stark Family

June 29, 2021

Rest in peace always knowing that your service and sacrifice are always remembered by your law enforcement brethren.

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

March 7, 2021

I noticed Master Trooper’s Walker’s memorial at the test area as I was traveling through Virginia this past weekend. I looked him up when I returned home to NC. It is because of civil servants like Master Trooper that we can feel safe in America. Please know that many people appreciate his, and your, sacrifice. May he rest in peace.

Barbara Laughu

October 19, 2020

RIP Master Trooper Walker. We pray for comfort your family, and law enforcement family.

Officers Gary & Angie Britton (Ret.)
California Highway Patrol

March 21, 2020

Rest easy

Mark Mottola

March 8, 2020

Tomorrow marks the anniversary of your murder. We pray for your family. Heroes never die. We will not forget you. May your memory be a blessing.

Detective Sergeant Ret. Robert Walker
Richmond Police Department

March 6, 2019

As I have left reflections over the years, I standby my words that Master Trooper Junius Alvin Walker will never EVER be forgotten. May God bless his family, and may Junius Alvin Walker forever RIP in Heaven.

First Sergeant Thomas Webb, Retired.
New York State Police

December 14, 2018

A great man with a long history of service to his fellow citizens and his agency. I am reminded of him every time I pass thru this State. My thoughts and prayers go out to his family and fellow troopers!

Detective Kelly Wilkinson
Winston-Salem Police

November 18, 2018

God grant you eternal rest, Master Trooper Walker. My prayers are with the family.

T. Pasquale
Appreciative Citizen

October 5, 2018

John 5:28, 29 - "Do not be amazed at this, for the hour is coming in which all those in the memorial tombs will hear his voice and come out". I pray that everyone can find peace in knowing that we will see this officer as well as many others again in Paradise soon. Until then, please accept my condolences.

A.W. Montgomery
Concerned Citizen

September 13, 2018

I don't know Trooper Walker but I travel that stretch of I85 almost weekly. I will forever remember his sacrifice now every time I pass that scene where he lost his life.

Christopher Delancey
252 Logistix

August 26, 2018

I did not know Trooper Walker, but he will always be special to me because he was a friend to my husband.

Stephanie P. Haraway

April 29, 2018

Rest in peace.

Lt. Jim Russo

March 7, 2018

Trooper in the arms of the Almighty where you will be received as a hero. May you watch over us and your loving family.

Lieutenant Ray Flores (Ret.)

March 7, 2017

Finaly you may rest it took three years but you may rest.

State Trooper John Jameson
Illinois State Police

August 20, 2016

I remember Trooper Walker when he worked in 1970's in Prince William Co. He appeared to really enjoy hos job. He left the county after a short time and I never saw him again. I pass by his memorial in the I-85 rest area in Dinwiddie Co. several times a year enroute to NC and always stop to pay my respects.

Sr. Lt. J.C.Johnson
Prince William County Police Dept

May 19, 2016

Wow it's hard to belive a fallen brother has been gone for 3 years may you rest in peace-loving straight stands tall'"salutes" may you rest in peace

State trooper Armani Jones
Illinois state police

March 8, 2016

This trooper pulled me over for speeding on 1-85 in late December 2011. He treated me more than fairly and it was impossible to forget him. He was a mountain of a man. I was so shocked when I read of his murder. May he RIP. I drove down I-85 yesterday for the first time since then and saw that a portion of the highway in Dinwiddie Co is dedicated to him.

Rosemary George

February 20, 2016

I must admit i never really thought much about what our law enforcement officers go through and see on a daily basis.

Maybe it's me getting older, but i think about yall daily these days. I pray for you too.

I can say there have been two pivotal events that have changed my thinking about what troopers and deputies do.

One of those incidents is identifiable by three numbers: 9-11. I am sorry it took so long to get me to see your importance to our society.

Prior to that i could only see these nice guys (every now and again 'hassling' me about my ...speed. But they were still nice guys, even in the face of my belligerence.

After 9-11, i saw a whole different kind of person. A nation saw Courage that day. Courage that was not displayed in some far off land. Massive amounts of courage, in one day, multiple times.

These days, it takes Courage to put the uniform on and go to work, it seems. (But when i was chief-ticket-procurer of the county, i never once thought of harming an officer. Besides, i can't imagine what my Momma would have done to me. Well, i do know it would have been painful. Have things really changed that much? That's a dum question.)


The other event that raised my respect level for what our law enforcement members do, to the heights, occurred March 8, 2013.

When i read what happened i could not believe it. The reader may think of many senseless acts that you have heard of but this takes the cake, the whole cake and pie too.

You have to wonder why would anyone want to harm this man? ...and so close to retirement? It's baffling.

Sidenote: I never met Master Trooper Walker but there is always at least one in a neighborhood. I grew up around one such an officer of the law. Funny though, everybody told me to fear him. They didn't say respect. Looking back, respect would have been much more fitting.

And now, as a citizen of these United States i hereby give you guys permission to do whatever you have to to get home safely at the end of the shift.

I won't say goodbye Master Trooper, on account i have the feeling you went up. So,

I shall see you again.

Mark Cook

November 9, 2015


Kirby Haddon

September 22, 2015

After finding out about JA, walker, my heart felt sorrow goes out to his family, and all the friends he gained in dinwiddie county. He would often
Stop by the post office where I served as the postmaster. We would have long talks and I respected him as he did me. We often talked about retiring and going fishing. I'm really upset about the way this went down. JA,
Was always there to help and give you very good advise. He truly loved his
Job. We Often talked about how we could serve our community. He will be truly missed. And again I say to all the law enforcement officers, be careful,
And continue doing a good job.
Retired postmaster
Larry jones
Dewitt, va.

Retired Postmaster
U.S. Postal service

August 12, 2015

Thank you everyone for your continuing support since March,7,2013. Not a day since then has been the same. We miss him everyday, though our family will never be the same we continue to heal each and everyday. Thank you all for your prayers, concern and love throughout this hard time as we continue to seek justice.

Niece of Master Trooper Junius A. Walker
Virginia State Police

May 17, 2015

R.I.P Master Trooper Junius A. Walker thank you for all your years of service. You are gone, but will be miss and not forgetting.

Patricia Baxter
non officer

May 5, 2015

RIP brother, thank u for your forty years of service. May God protect, and watch over your family. I will pray for you.

Michael Fay, past officer
Hopkinton, Massachusetts

March 8, 2015

Bless Trooper Walkers Family and help them in this time of need! The loss it great for us all, but God help you in this time!

Tommy Dinwiddie
Brother of Slain Detective Charles Dinwiddie, Killeen Tx PD

March 7, 2015

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