Deputy U.S. Marshal Chase White died in the line of duty in Tucson in 2018
TUCSON – Arizona senior Senator Kyrsten Sinema joined Arizona Congresswoman Ann Kirkpatrick, U.S. Marshals Service Director Donald Washington, Arizona U.S. Marshal David Gonzales, Acting U.S. Attorney for Arizona Anthony Martin, and others to present fallen Deputy U.S. Marshal Chase White with the Congressional Badge of Bravery Award. Deputy Marshal White died in the line of duty in Tucson.
“Deputy Marshal White sacrificed his life to bring a dangerous fugitive to justice. He and his fellow officers carried out this mission, and many like it, with courage and resolve in the face of constant danger. His heroism is an inspiration for me and all Arizonans, and we thank him, his colleagues, and his loved ones, from the bottom of our hearts,” said Sinema.
Deputy Marshal White was shot in the line of duty on November 29, 2018 while responding to a warrant for a dangerous fugitive who had been stalking a sergeant in the Tucson Police Department. Deputy Marshal White is survived by his wife and four children.
Sinema and Kirkpatrick presented the Congressional Badge of Bravery Award to Deputy Marshal White’s family during a virtual event to recognize and honor Deputy Marshal White’s legacy, life, and service to Arizona and the United States.
Deputy Marshal White was a member of the U.S. Air Force Reserve and had served in the U.S. Marshals Service for three years.