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Home | News | El Paso County Sheriff’s Office Clint Station renamed to honor Deputy Herrera
Photo courtesy EPCSO

El Paso County Sheriff’s Office Clint Station renamed to honor Deputy Herrera

Earlier this week, County Commissioner Carlos Leon hosted an unveiling ceremony for the renaming and dedication of the Clint Station to our fallen Deputy Peter J. Herrera. 

Deputy Herrera was killed during a traffic stop in San Elizario in March of 2019.  Thousands turned out for his procession – which made its way by his Clint duty station – and the subsequent mass and burial.

Along with the dedication Commissioner Leon unveiled Deputy Herrera’s monument.

The event followed a Resolution issued by Commissioners Court on Monday, November 18, 2019, recognizing the life and service of Deputy Peter John Herrera.

The online photo album for the unveiling and dedication ceremony can be viewed  by clicking on this link.

WHEREAS: Deputy Sheriff Peter John Herrera was born on December 12, 1983,

graduated from Del Valle High School and honorably served the El Paso County

Sheriff’s Office for 11 years; six as a Detention Officer and five as a Deputy Sheriff; and

WHEREAS: Deputy Herrera at thirty-five years of age, succumbed to wounds sustained

during a traffic stop in San Elizario, Texas on Friday, March 22, 2019; and

WHEREAS: after two days of fighting for his life, Deputy Herrera went home to be with

the Lord on Sunday, March 24, 2019; and

WHEREAS: Deputy Herrera made the ultimate sacrifice serving his beloved community

of El Paso; and

WHEREAS: his family, friends and fellow brothers and sisters in uniform, lost a

husband, a father, a son, a brother, a loyal friend and El Paso County lost a trusted

guardian; and

WHEREAS: Bible verse Matthew 5:9 states, “Blessed are the peacemakers, for they shall

be called children of God.”

NOW THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED, by the El Paso County Judge and

Commissioners Court hereby recognize and celebrate the life of Deputy Peter John

Herrera, badge #4928.

Photo courtesy EPCSO

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