Recently Fallen Hero


Sergeant Conley Jumper

Greenville County (SC) Sheriff’s Office
End of Watch: October 20, 2020

Sergeant Conley Jumper was killed during a traffic stop when a suspect attempted to flee the scene. The suspect got into a physical altercation with Sergeant Jumper and another deputy. At some point during the altercation, the suspect’s vehicle accelerated and collided with a tractor-trailer causing injuries to two deputies and the suspects. However, Sergeant Jumper later succumbed to his injuries after being transported to the hospital. Sergeant Jumper is the 41st law enforcement officer to be killed in a traffic-related incident and the sixth officer fatality from the state of South Carolina in 2020.

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15 Replies to “Recently Fallen Hero

  1. Prayers being offered for Sergeant Conley Jumper, his family, and the members of the Greenville County Sheriff’s Office. May St. Michael escort you to Heaven, Sergeant Jumper.

  2. Our deepest condolences to The Dept and Family of Sergeant Jumper. Prayers for all who surrounded him in love and laughter R.I.P Sergeant Jumper, may perpetual light always shine upon you Sir 🌟 I Stand and Salute You Sir 🗽 Mother of Fallen Deputy Sheriff Peter John Herrera EOW 3-24-2019 in El Paso Tx 💙

  3. Rest In Peace Sergeant.
    Our thoughts and prayers are with the family, friends and coworkers of the Sergeant.
    May God’s healing light shine upon all of you.

  4. Heartfelt Sympathy to the Family, Friends, and Brothers and Sisters in Uniform, at the tragic loss of Sergeant Conley Jumper. His Devotion, Service, and Ultimate Sacrifice will always be remembered.
    Rest in God’s arms, now, Sgt. Jumper. You are Home.

  5. May the Lord bless and comfort Sergeant Jumper’s family and fellow officers. It is a terrible loss when fellow officers are killed in the line of duty. Praying for you all as you go through this time of sorrow and loss.

  6. Rest In Peace Sgt. Jumper. Thank you for your service.
    My deepest sympathy to your family and brothers in blue. May our Lord comfort each one of them.

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