WEYMOUTH (CBS) – The president of the Weymouth Police Patrolman’s Union launched a letter of reflection on Monday to mark the primary anniversary of Sgt. Michael Chesna’s line-of-duty loss of life.
Chesna was attacked with a rock and killed along with his personal gun after responding to a name for an erratic driver in Weymouth on July 15, 2018. An aged girl who lived close by was additionally killed through the incident.
“Officers throughout the ussee the dearth of worth positioned on human life each day in victims like Mike Chesna and Vera Adams,” union president Kenneth Murphy wrote Monday. “Seeing such issues won’t ever diminish our price of your life and definitely not our personal. We hope July 15th serves not solely as a reminder of who Mike was and the way he lived, but in addition as a reminder of how worthwhile human life is.”
Emanuel Lopes is charged in Chesna’s loss of life. He has pleaded not responsible within the case.
Chesna is survived by his spouse and two younger youngsters.
“To the Chesna household; you’re all the time in our ideas and our hearts, and we’re all the time right here,” Murphy wrote. “To the women and men of the Weymouth Police Division; you embody the ‘warrior ethos’ as you retain shifting ahead within the face of adversity to finish what’s requested of you, with professionalism and compassion. At all times maintain shifting ahead!”