T-Shirts are now available in support of the family of fallen officer, Blake Coble.
Police say charges will be filed against the truck driver who ran through a stop sign last week in south Beaver Township, killing a state police trooper.
From the governor’s office to the state police commissioner to the community, the outpouring for love and support has been tremendous for a fallen State Trooper.
Funeral arrangements have been set for a state trooper killed in the line of duty. State Trooper First Class Blake Coble, 47, of Beaver Falls, died Thursday when a tractor-trailer went through a stop sign and crashed into his police vehicle in South Beaver.
Neighbors are comforting each other after learning of the accident that killed State Trooper Blake Coble in South Beaver. They can’t comprehend the tragedy.
The State Police Commissioner has released the identity of the state trooper who was killed Thursday morning in a two-vehicle accident in Beaver County.
The full statement from State Police Commissioner Frank Noonan on the two-vehicle crash that claimed the life of Trooper First Class Blake Coble of the Beaver Barracks.