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In Memory of Sergeant Raymond John Scholwinski

Sergeant Raymond John Scholwinski consistently served the residents of Harris County with honor, charm, and distinction. He will be missed by his many friends and colleagues, all of whom were positively influenced by his commitment to service.

In Memory of Sergeant Lionel Q. Martinez

Sgt. Lionel Martinez protected and served Alamo Colleges' family for over 21 years. We honor him today for his service and remember the sacrifice men and women in law enforcement make every day. His service to our community, students and employees will not be forgotten.

In Memory of Officer Omar E. Palmer

The Department of Homeland Security has announced the loss of one of their officers who has fallen as a result of COVID19. Officer Omar E. Palmer, age 40, passed away on Monday, May 4, 2020, as a result of health complications arising from coronavirus. Officer Palmer had worked for the Department of Homeland Security for seventeen years.

In Memory of Police Officer Michael S. Mosher

Police Officer Michael S. Mosher received the Gold Valor Award for bravery in stopping an active shooter. Officer Mosher was a dedicated police officer who had been leading his department serving as President of the Overland Park Fraternal Order of the Police.

In Memory of Deputy Sheriff Richard O'Brien, Jr.

Deputy Sheriff Richard O'Brien earned the respect of his peers and supervisors for always asking to be assigned to the frontline and for going the extra mile. O'Brien was a father to three children who came to know him as "pops" short for "popsicle." He loved dancing with his wife, wearing a cowboy hat, and jabbing his co-workers with fun and witty comments.

In Memory of Police Officer Jason Knox

Police Officer Jason Knox will be missed by all that knew him. He leaves behind his wife, two children, and his parents. His father, a Houston City Council member, was also a former Houston Police Officer.

In Memory of Officer Richard G. McCoy

Officer Richard G. McCoy, age 60, had spent 23 years serving his community through his work with the U.S. Department of Homeland Security (DHS). He was an officer with Customs and Border Protection (CBP).

Trust in the Evidence

To make the evidence more valuable to your case, while you should collect all the evidence available, focusing on the types of evidence that science can prove as fact versus a subjective opinion is far more precise.

In Memory of Detention Deputy Timothy De La Fuente

A procession of law enforcement officers escorted Deputy Timothy De La Fuente from the medical examiner's office to the funeral home. Deputy De La Fuente loved his job with The Bexar County Sheriff's Office (BCSO), where he worked for 27 years.

In Memory of Senior Police Officer Mark Hall, Sr.

Senior Police Officer Mark Hall had served the community and the NOPD for 35 years. His family described him as loving, smiling, and always dancing. He was known to be the kind of person that would lend a hand whenever possible.