Family, Friends & Fellow Officers Remember...

Sergeant Patrick Scott Johnson

Alaska State Troopers, Alaska

End of Watch Thursday, May 1, 2014

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Reflections for Sergeant Patrick Scott Johnson

JD & I and we’re reminiscing and telling stories of some of our times and calls the we all had together!,, last night. you are always in hearts mind we sure miss ya brother.

Sgt Jeff Manns (Ret)
Alaska State Troopers

May 2, 2022

Not a day goes by that I don’t think of you. You were my friend, my mentor, my confidant and my family. Until I see you again. Rest easy brother.

Sgt. Patrick Nelson (Ret)
Alaska State Troopers

April 21, 2022

The years keep passing by and many folks have forgotten what you did and who you are. However those of us that are still here thank you for being at our sides in some of the darkest & most dangerous times in our life, dealing with some of the most dangerous people. We are here because your friend ship turned into being a member of the family. We miss you brother , you and the family are always in our heart.

Sgt. Jeff Manns (Ret)
Alaska State Troopers

May 7, 2021

Thank you for your service and please know that your sacrifice is one that will never, ever be forgotten by your law enforcement brethren. Rest in peace always.

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

May 1, 2021

The tragic passing of two great troopers and TV stars in the show is heartbreaking, because when they are gone there will be no more duplicates, but they are never forgotten. Rest in Peace Sergeant.

William Jin
Future LEO and Boy Scout in Troop 737, Walnut, California

May 13, 2020

Another year has passed by and it’s very interesting!! to say the least. They ( that would be our city) tell us if we leave the island and come back we have to quarantine in our home for 14 days,,,,,!!! I sure miss you partner, we need lots of men like you in this world / our country / state / town. You and your family are in my thoughts and prayers.

Sgt. Jeff Manns (Retired)
Alaska State Troopers

May 1, 2020

Sad memories of an untimely death, but fond memories of a man who loved to serve people and who was absolutely FUN to work with.

Scott Deal, Chief
Columbia International University Security, Columbia, SC

April 29, 2020

It' s been another year since you have been gone, it's a sad day and a time of reflection for those of us that we're your partners and friends. However it's also a day of gratitude and thanks for all you did and the everlasting bonds of trust and true brotherhood that you brought to our shift and S.E.R.T, team. You will always remain a true and trusted friend , and one of the best Alaska State Troopers, that ever served our State. Take care my friend, you wil be remembered for all,our days left. Your friend

Sgt. Jeff Manns (Ret)
Alaska State Troopers

May 1, 2019

This just makes me so sad and very angry, that these good men were shot down. My heart goes out to their families. God bless them both. All these good men never get the praise that they deserve. Rest in peace.

Retired Fireman, Steve Ciccarelli
Fresno City Fire Dept.

January 5, 2019

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 12, 2018

I'm watching Alaska state troopers from the UK (England) just want to leave my respect, looks like a good but tough job. I hope your resting in peace

English had showing respect

July 20, 2018

When I watch shows on TV and want more information, I go to Google. I recently started watching reruns of Alaska State Troopers, and was curious about Gabe Rich, because he resembles a good friend of mine. Broke my heart to see that he and Sgt Scott Johnson we’re brutally murdered. My heart goes out to their families.

Florida citizen

June 22, 2018

Scott was my K-9 trainer when I was an officer for North Pole, Alaska PD. We worked together often, backing each other up. A fine Trooper. My heart still grieves.

Scott P. Deal, Chief of Security
Columbia International University, Columbia, SC

June 15, 2018

Unfortunately, I did not have the honor or privilege of meeting Patrick Scott Johnson, but my father, Brian, and Patrick grew up together in Tok Alaska, played sports together, etc. I was told he was a few years older than my father, who graduated High School in 1992, but everyone in Tok knew Pat, but they knew he was a great guy, and incredibly respectful. My father also grew up with Patrick's brother, another guy named Brian. May you rest in Peace Sir! Thank you for your Service, and your Sacrifice!
Jacob Barnhart

Jacob Barnhart

May 1, 2018

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

Officer Mike Robinson (Ret)
Upland Police Dept. CA

May 1, 2018

Another year has came and gone since your passing, but it seems like only yesterday that we were working road. You are never far from my thoughts and memories of all those years we spent working the road, on the S.E.RT team or you & Brandy just putting up with us at a poker game at your house!!! You are rembered well my friend, you weren’t just a good Trooper, you were a great Trooper. Most of all you were more then a great friend! You were family.

Sgt. Jeff Manns
Retired Alaska State Trooper

May 1, 2018

I just still can't believe that there gone my stepdad was and still is great friends the A.S.T's all I want is our brothers in blue to not die in the line-of-duty they have wives, kids, friends and family to come home to every-day... but the most part is that you always give a kiss, hug, and a simple I love you to the family cause you never know that the 1st call you answer will be your last...

Adam Charles

February 9, 2017

I was Scott Johnson's first FTO when he became a reserve Police Officer for the Ashland, Oregon Police Department. This sad day has me reflecting on the friends that have gone before me,, and I wanted his family to know that my daughter Kiley did a memorial page for Scott that was part of the National Law Enforcement Memorial Bike Ride to Washington DC this year. Although I now wish that I had stayed in better touch with Scott, his memory will never be forgotten as long as we remember.

Sgt. Randy Pryor
Ashland PD (1985-1995)

July 8, 2016

Thinking of you,!!!!! You'd be kicking ass about now on mid shift. Thanks for being there!

Alaska state troopers

February 1, 2016

It was an honor to ride in my first Heroes Ride today in Conroe, TX for Officer Patrick Johnson. It was a privilege to race in his name. My prayers are with you. God Bless.

Michael Jaskowiak

October 17, 2015

My prayers go out to Trooper Johnsons family. He paid the ultimate sacrifice for the well being of others. What a true hero he is. I worked in communications for almost three years at a Sheriffs Department. And everytime I sent one of my officers out to a call such as this I was on pins and needles. Just praying that it would all come out fine. And by Gods grace it always did. When you work in communications your not on the scene so you dont know whats taking place. And alot of times it was hard just sitting there waiting to hear them say that they were 10-4. I hold them with the highest respect and honor. May God carry each Fallen Officers Family through this difficult time.

For. Comm. Officer Theresa Parker
Madison County Sheriffs Department, NC

September 22, 2015

We will forever remember this man and his bravery, kindness and courage. He made the ultimate sacrifice, and for that he is a hero. May he RIP. My deepest condolences to his family and friends.

American Citizen
Susanna Compare

May 26, 2015

We must always remember men like these. Who died in the line of duty to keep us safe. My condolences to his family and may he RIP.

Nathaniel Donald Eugene Wallace
American Citizen Offering Condolences

May 16, 2015

I am a big fan of the program, "Alaska State Troopers'' and just now learned of Officers Rich's and Johnson's untimely deaths. I was so saddened when it was announced at the beginning of the show's airing tonight. Police officers, firefighters, and military personnel have always been my heroes. Especially coming from military and firefighter family, I never fail to pray for their safety everynight. I realize that many times, God must take the very best among our heroes away to fight the larger battle against evil in ways we do not understand. My heart goes out their children and families. I watched tonight's episode so saddened to know that these two young men had lost their lives in the line of duty. God Bless them both and may they Rest in Peace. I pray that God gives strength to the grieving families and friends. ~~~~~Mark in Texas

Mark Wayne Gregory
American Citizen Offering Condolences

May 14, 2015

Rest in Peace brother in the Arms of Our Lord Prayers to your family

Chief Deputy John M. Tomaino Sr.
Retired Mahoning County Sheriffs office Youngstown Ohio

May 1, 2015

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