Who is Texas Trooper Chad Walker? Bio, Wiki, Age, Family, Shot Multiple Times, Death

Chad Walker Bio/Wiki

According to the Texas Department of Public Safety, a state trooper named Chad Walker was shot several times during a central Texas motorist assistance call last week and died.

Age

He was 38 years old.

Shot Multiple Times Full Details

Trooper Chad Walker was taken off life support on Wednesday after being shot several times on the side of FM 2383 outside Mexia on March 26 while assisting an individual with a broken-down car.

DPS Director Steven McCraw said, “Our DPS family is absolutely heartbroken at the loss of one of our brothers in uniform who was killed in the line of duty,”

“Texas Highway Patrol Trooper Chad Walker was committed to protecting the people of Texas. His sacrifice will never be forgotten, and we ask that you keep his family, friends and colleagues in your prayers during the difficult days ahead.”

DeArthur Pinson Jr. is accused of killing Walker and fleeing the scene. It prompted the Texas Department of Public Safety to release a Blue Alert, indicating that they were searching for someone who was suspected of seriously injuring or killing a law enforcement officer.

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Pinson Jr. was later discovered dead at a home on Highway 84 west of Mexia, with the Texas Department of Public Safety claiming he died of a self-inflicted gunshot wound.

Family

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Walker leaves behind a wife and four children. According to the Texas Department of Public Safety, he was taken off life support after his organs were donated.

Abbott in a press release said, “Our hearts are with the family and friends of Trooper Walker as they grieve his tragic death in the line of duty,”

“Trooper Walker’s horrific murder is a solemn reminder of the dangers law enforcement officers face every day to keep our communities safe. We will always support law enforcement here in Texas, and we are indebted to the sacrifices that they make to serve and protect their fellow Texans.”

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