Trooper Herman Brown, who worked at the Monroe Post, passed away on Monday from complications from Covid-19, which he caught two weeks ago while getting a well-deserved vacation.
"He would randomly stop by your house with something he baked just to see your kids and check in on how you were doing," she said. "The kids called him uncle Herman because he’d show up to your kids sporting events just to support them."
His call sign to dispatchers was 1414 and his signature sign-in will be remembered by McDonald and others for years.
"He would check in saying he’s 'taking a mighty bite out of crime in Monroe County',"
For 28 years, he worked the Monroe Post on the road and McDonald says he was very careful.
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