STATE POLICE FALLEN HERO TO BE HONORED BY HIGHWAY SIGN IN PRINCE GEORGE’S CO.
(FORESTVILLE, MD) – Maryland State Police Superintendent Colonel Marcus Brown will be joined by Senator C. Anthony Muse, other elected officials, and family members, fellow troopers and friends of Trooper First Class Wesley Brown for the dedication of a highway sign in the fallen trooper’s honor.
TFC Brown was shot and killed outside a Forestville restaurant where he was working a part-time security detail on June 11, 2010. He was only 24, but had already lived a life that exemplified compassion and concern for others, especially youth, for whom he had initiated a mentoring program.
The Maryland State Highway Administration will be erecting the highway signs in honor of TFC Brown’s sacrifice along I-495 near the Forestville Barrack. TFC Brown was assigned to the Forestville Barrack when he was killed.
WHAT: TFC WESLEY BROWN MEMORIAL HIGHWAY SIGN UNVEILING
WHEN: WEDNESDAY, MAY 23, 2012 1:00 P.M.
WHERE: MARYLAND STATE POLICE, FORESTVILLE BARRACK, 3500 Forestville Road, Forestville, MD 301-568-8101