Trooper Landon E. Weaver

   

THE ULTIMATE SACRIFICE

Trooper Landon E. Weaver
Pennsylvania State Police
Troop "G"

2015-2016

Incident Details

Biographical Info
Age: 23
Years of Service: 1 year

Incident Details
Cause of Death:
Gunfire
Date of Incident: Friday, December 30, 2016
Weapon Used: Gun

Trooper Landon E. Weaver was shot and killed when he and another trooper responded
to a domestic disturbance at a rural home on Bakers Hollow Road in Juniata Township,
Huntingdon County at approximately 6:30 pm.

He has responded to the home to investigate a protective order violation when he was
shot. The subject who shot him had been released on bail on a felony charge earlier in
the month.

The suspect in the death of Trooper Weaver, Jason Robison, 32, was shot and killed Saturday morning, in a confrontation with police.after making threats to officers during
an encounter at a mobile home not far from the site where Trooper Landon Weaver was
fatally shot.

Gov. Tom Wolf thanked police after the "swift resolution" of the manhunt..."I thank the
troopers and their counterparts who worked through the night and put their lives on the
line," he wrote in a news release on Saturday.

Trooper Weaver had served with the Pennsylvania State Police for only one year and
was assigned to Troop G Holidaysburg Headquarters.

Trooper Weaver joined the Pennsylvania State Police on Dec. 15, 2015, and is the 97th
member of the Pennsylvania State Police to be killed in the line of duty.

He is survived by his wife.

All members of the State Police across Pennsylvania in this moment of tragedy, will always remember Trooper Weaver for his bravery, his sacrifice, and his willingness to serve.