Jersey Troopers: Sacrifice at the Altar of Public Service

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The New Jersey State Police is an organization rich in history and tradition. Formed in 1921, the "outfit" has grown from a rural police force into one of the most diversified state agencies in the country. Sadly, this success did not come without a price; over thirty-five troopers gave their lives serving the citizens of the Garden State during the organization's formative years, from 1921 to 1960. This book honors their memory, telling the stories of these brave men, and upholds the state police's credo: It is ...

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Overview

The New Jersey State Police is an organization rich in history and tradition. Formed in 1921, the "outfit" has grown from a rural police force into one of the most diversified state agencies in the country. Sadly, this success did not come without a price; over thirty-five troopers gave their lives serving the citizens of the Garden State during the organization's formative years, from 1921 to 1960. This book honors their memory, telling the stories of these brave men, and upholds the state police's credo: It is the obligation-the Duty-of the living to remember-Honor-the dead. Let us always remember-Fidelity.

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781596299788
  • Publisher: History Press, The
  • Publication date: 5/29/2010
  • Series: True Crime Series
  • Pages: 192
  • Sales rank: 969,899
  • Product dimensions: 5.90 (w) x 8.90 (h) x 0.60 (d)

Meet the Author

John E. O’Rourke was born in Pequannock, New Jersey, and raised in the Passaic County town of Wanaque. O’Rourke’s education includes a bachelor of science degree from Thomas Edison State College and a master of arts degree from Seton Hall University. He has an extensive background in police and security leadership and is board certified in security management from the American Society for Industrial Security, International (ASIS). Presently, O’Rourke is the chair of the Crime and Loss Prevention Council for ASIS and is a twenty-five-year veteran with the New Jersey State Police. He is stationed at Troop E Headquarters in Holmdel, New Jersey.
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Table of Contents

Foreword 7

Acknowledgements 9

Blood Poisoning William H. Marshall #63 11

Murder at Chimney Rock Robert E. Coyle #238 15

Shooting at the Speakeasy Charles E. Ullrich #232 21

Forgotten Herman Gloor #240 29

View Obstruction Walter Arrowsmith #265 33

"Old Malady" David Z. Ernst #305 37

Adopted Joseph A. Smith #231 41

Cold-Blooded Murder Peter W Gladys #378 43

Undocumented John Madden #383 47

Infection John D. Divers #127 51

Caution Peter William Ignatz #530 57

Allegations Leonard P. McCandless #561 61

Hit and Run Michael J. Beylon #318 65

Trooper and the Mystery Woman John Ressler #494 69

Lifeguard James R. Herbert #585 71

Fog James Scotland #594 75

Robbery and Murder Warren G. Yenser #599 79

The Model Trooper Joseph Perry #442 85

Struggle for a Strong Man Matthew Francis McManus #144 89

Long Ride Vincent C. Vosbein #633 95

Ice and the Jenny Jump Walter B. Otte #668 99

Aviation John I. Gregerson #654 103

The Fruit Stand William J. Doolan #824 107

Where Others Would Not Go Francis R. O'Brien #592 111

Axe Killing and the Shooting of a Trooper Cornelius A. O'Donnell #367 117

Excessive Speed Charles Kopf #905 123

Stop Sign Walter R. Gawryla #902 127

Fate Emil J. Bock #974 131

Kickstand Stanley A. Conn #947 135

Strange Joseph D. Wirth #943 139

Overturn Joseph C. Walter #685 143

New Jersey Turnpike Frank A. Trainor #682 147

Robbery Murder and the Taking of a Hostage on Route 66 John Anderson #1191 149

"Fight in Progress" George Richard Dancy #1481 153

Court Finley Carl Fuchs #1435 159

Mystery Ronald E. Gray #1534 163

Motorist Aid Hilary Welenc #1190 167

Notes 173

About the Author 191

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