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Fallen Heroes: Trooper Paul Denham





Trooper Paul Denham


Mississippi Highway Patrol

End of Watch December 27, 1999

Vehicle Crash

Trooper Denham was 29 years old when he was killed in a single vehicle accident while returning from working the scene a fatal accident. Trooper Denham was travelling north on Mississippi Route 603, in Bay St. Louis, when he lost control of his cruiser, which flipped over several times and landed upside down in a ditch. Some witnesses reported that another vehicle cut off his cruiser, causing him to lose control.

Trooper Denham had been in law enforcement for ten years and is survived by his wife and two children.


Fallen Heroes: Lieutenant Richard (Pop) Popernick





Lieutenant Richard (Pop) Popernick


Oxford Police Department

Began his walk with God on December 23, 2001

Natural Causes

Fallen Heroes: Sgt. Antonio Moore





Sgt. Antonio Moore


Hattiesburg Police Department

Began his walk with God on January 28, 2005

Natural Causes

Fallen Heroes: Trooper Carl Henderson





Trooper Carl Henderson


Mississippi Highway Patrol

Began his walk with God on February 28, 2005

Natural Causes

Fallen Heroes: Officer Robert Langley





Officer Robert Langley


University of Mississippi Police Department

End of Watch October 21, 2006

Vehicular Assault

Officer Robert Langley was fatally injured when he was dragged by the driver of a vehicle during a traffic stop near the university campus in Oxford, Mississippi.

As Officer Langley was speaking to the driver, a university student whom he had stopped for speeding, the driver suddenly sped off, dragging Officer Langley approximately 200 yards.

Officer Langley was flown to the Memphis Medical Center where he succumbed to his injuries. Langley was 30 years old.

The suspect was apprehended at his residence by members of the Oxford Police Department a short time after the incident and charged with capital murder of a police officer. In 2007 the suspect plead guilty to manslaughter and was sentenced to 20 years in prison.

Officer Langley was a member of the Mississippi National Guard and was a veteran of the War on Terrorism. He is survived by his wife, two sons, and two stepdaughters.


Fallen Heroes: Major George Albert (G.A.) Liles





Major George Albert (G.A.) Liles


Oxford Police Department

Began his walk with God January 3, 2008

Natural Causes

George Albert (G.A.) Liles, 66, died Thursday, Jan. 3, 2008, in Columbus. He was a retired major with the Oxford Police Department. He graduated from the F.B.I. Academy in 1973 and formerly served as a staff sergeant in the National Guard, where he was on active duty for two years. He was an active member of North Oxford Baptist Church. He was president of the Tri Lakes Western Horse Show Association and a director of the Mississippi State Horse Show Association.

Fallen Heroes: Deputy Fred Gaston





Deputy Fred Gaston


Jackson County Sheriff's Department

Began his walk with God August 2, 2008

Gunshot

Fallen Heroes: Lieutenant Rob Curry





Lieutenant Rob Curry


Gulfport Police Department

End of Watch August 14, 2008

Motorcycle Crash

Lieutenant Robert Curry was killed in a motorcycle accident on Highway 49 in Orange Grove. The driver of another vehicle turned in front of his department motorcycle, causing the collision.

Lieutenant Curry had served with the Gulfport Police Department for 14 years. He is survived by his wife and two small children. His wife also serves as a lieutenant with the agency.

At the time of his death, He was serving as the President of S.T.O.R.M.

Fallen Heroes: Keith Crenshaw





Keith Crenshaw


Eupora Police Department

End of Watch October 23, 2013

Keith was a veteran officer with the Eupora Police Department and a long time STORM member. He was greatly dedicated to the STORM organization and we will forever miss and remember him.

The end of watch for Keith was October 23, 2013 as he was killed in the line of duty.

Keith was assisting a State Trooper in stopping suspects that previously committed an armed robbery. As the Trooper was giving chase, Keith was deploying spike strips and the suspect vehicle swerved at him, striking and ultimately killing him.

Keith's bravery is an inspiration to us all and we are proud to have had him as a member of this organization for many years.

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