6 more security officers added to coronavirus death toll

PrivateOfficerBreakingNews has been doing an admirable job keeping track of a first responder statistic that more than likely would have gone unnoticed otherwise: the number of security officer deaths attributed to the coronavirus during the pandemic. A big thank-you to PrivateOfficer and all the courageous security officers on the front lines. -- IFPO.

Charlotte NC May 29 2020 -- Our office has identified six more active-duty security officers who have died from being infected with the COVID-19:

Abraham Emanuel Brown, 85, Philadelphia, Pa.,  May 3 2020
Died of Coronavirus

Anthony Watts, 57, Philadelphia, Pa.,  April 2020
Died from Coronavirus

Darrell Jones, 39, Washington, DC, April 30 2020
Died from COVID-19

Jeremy Wethington,  44,  Baltimore, MD, March 2020
Died from the COVID-19 virus

Russell James Bryan III, 39, Minnesota
Casino security supervisor died of COVID-19 virus.

Penney Robertson,  Ohio, April 2020
Died from Coronavirus

This brings the number of deceased to 132.

All of the victims came different walks of life, areas of the country and ranged from the age of 24-91.

In early 2020, thousands of law enforcement and private security officers and other first responders throughout the country contracted COVID-19 during the worldwide pandemic due to the requirements of their job. Many of these first responders died as a result of COVID-19.

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