John Perry

U.S. Marshals Service Director Stacia Hylton delivers remarks during a memorial service for Deputy U.S. Marshal John B. Perry at Powell Symphony Hall in St. Louis on March 13, 2011. Perry, 48, was shot and killed while serving an arrest warrant on a residence on March 8. UPI/ Shane T. McCoy /U.S. Marshals

Woman Sentenced For Defrauding Backstoppers

Pamela Robtoy of Belleville was the fiancee of Deputy U.S. Marshal John Perry who was killed in line of duty


U.S. Marshals attacked in St. Louis

6 Marshals to be Honored for Bravery in 2011 Gunfight

Federal lawmakers from Missouri and Illinois were expected to attend Monday’s ceremony in St. Louis honoring the law enforcers with the Congressional Badge of Bravery.



Ex-Ford Manager Gets Prison for Kickbacks

John Perry has been sentenced to more than four years in prison.


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Remembering Missouri’s Fallen

Names of nine added to law enforcement memorial wall in Jefferson City.



Feds Allege Ford-Hazelwood Manager took Kickbacks – Dodged Taxes

A former manager for Ford’s Hazelwood plant faces federal tax evasion charges.


United States Attorney General Eric Holder speaks at the memorial service for Deputy U.S. Marshal John Perry in St. Louis on March 13, 2011. (U.S. Marshals/Shane T. McCoy)

Remembering a Fallen U.S. Marshal

U.S. Attorney General Holder and others pay final respects to John Perry


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Sunday Services for U.S. Marshal

The head of the U.S. Marshals Service will attend


his undated handout from the U.S. Marshals Service shows Deputy U.S. Marshal John Perry, who died Tuesday, March 8, 2011, from gunshot wounds received while serving an arrest warrant on a residence in St. Louis, Mo. Perry, 48, had worked for the U.S. Marshals Service for almost 10 years. (Official U.S. Marshals Photograph)

Slain Marshal Remembered for Work

John Perry was a Southern Illinois University alumnus who worked for about 16 years in Madison County’s court system.


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US AG Issues Statement on Marshal’s Murder

Says shootings are reminder of the dangers Marshals face every day.


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