in memorium

Simon Fraser
June 9 1963 - May 16,2017
Simon Fraser Simon Fraser was a retired Sergeant from the Toronto Ontario Police Service. Simon served for over 28 years and after his retirement he spent the following years working tirelessly on behalf of Law Enforcement Officers suffering from Post Traumatic Stress Injuries. Simon moved to Venice Florida where he became a member of the Port Charlotte Chapter of the Road Dawg Motorcycle Club. Simon passed away while riding with his club brothers while returning from the 2017 National Police Week ceremonies in Washington DC.

Joseph Raymond Pokorny, Jr.
End of Watch - December 12, 2005
Joseph Raymond Pokorny, Jr. Corporal Joseph Pokorny was shot and killed in the line of duty on Dec. 12, 2005 in Carnegie, PA.
After initiating a traffic stop, a struggle ensued and the suspect was able to gain control of Corporal Pokorny's service weapon. The suspect then shot him in the neck and chest. The round that struck him in the chest entered an area around his armpit not protected by his vest. The suspect then stole Corporal Pokorny's service weapon and fled the scene. Cpl. Pokorny died at the scene.
The suspect, who had been on parole for less than one month, was taken into custody and officially charged with Corporal Pokorny's murder two days later. On October 24th, 2007, the suspect was sentenced to life in prison without parole.
Corporal Pokorny had served with the Pennsylvania State Police for 22-1/2 years, and was assigned to Troop B, Pittsburgh.
Corporal Pokorny was also an active Road Dawg Member and the First Road Dawg killed in the line of duty.

Gary Norton
End of Watch - May 11, 2012
Gary Norton On May 11, 2012 we lost a great man, father, husband, Sergeant, and brother. Gary “Wrongway” Norton loved being on his motorcycle, and with his brother Road Dawgs when he was not working at Bedford Police Department.

Gary earned his nickname by always making a wrong turn at the intersections. Therefore, he was never able to be the Road Boss and became the Sgt-At-Arms.

Gary was always willing to go for a ride, whether it be a short ride or a long ride. He always looked forward to making the runs to DC for police week.

Gary always had a smile on his face. He was always willing to help out brother Dawgs or their families. R.I.P. Wrongway you will never be forgotten.