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In Memoriam


    "...from this day to the ending of the world but we in it shall be remembered, We few, we happy few, we band of brothers; 
     For he today that sheds his blood with me shall be my brother..." Henry V, Before the Battle of Agincourt, 1415  

Michael Christopher Weigand.jpgMichael Christopher Weigand 

Eastern Adams Regional Police Department Patrolman
Latimore Township Police Department Sergeant
February 14, 2008 - September 14, 2008 EOW
National Law Enforcement Memorial Wall- Panel 53E, Row 26.

On September 14, 2008, Sgt. Michael C. Weigand was working for Latimore Towsnship Police Department, where he was employed part time.  Sergeant Weigand was assisting with escorting a charity  motorcycle ride to benefit a local park.  Sergeant Weigand was operating Latimore Township Police Department's motor unit west on East Berlin Rd. (SR234) when he was struck head on by a truck  in Sergeant Weigand's lane of travel.  Sergeant Weigand passed away at the scene of the accident from injuries he received.  At the time of Sergeant Weigand's death, he was a full time patrolman with Eastern Adams Regional Police Department.  Sergeant Weigand is survived by his wife and daughter, Amanda and Lanie Weigand; his parents Chief Michael E.  (Latimore Township Police Department) and Kimberly Weigand and his sisters, Erin Bevenour and Melanie Karpinski  


James A. Redding.pngJames A. Redding
New Oxford Borough Police Department
End of Watch: October 22, 1978
On October 22, 1978, Ptlm. James A. Redding was killed during a vehicle pursuit of a motorcycle.  Ptlm. Redding was pursuing a motorcycle south on Kohler Mill Rd. and upon negotiating a turn, observed the motorcycle parked in the middle of the roadway.  In an attempt to avoid hitting the motorcycle, Ptlm. Redding swerved and struck a tree.  The impact of the accident resulted in Ptlm. Redding sustaining massive injuries that would later claim his life.  The operator of the motorcycle has never been identified.