Ed Roessler Biography
Colonel Edwin C. Roessler Jr is the Fairfax County Police Department police Chief a position he has held since 2013. He was recently injured while subduing a suspect who stabbed two people at a church in Chantilly, Virginia.
Roessler began his career in the New York City Department of Investigation before moving to Fairfax County, where he served as deputy chief of patrol from 2010 to March 2013.
He has also held senior command positions in the Internal Affairs Bureau, as director of the Criminal Justice Academy and as manager of the department’s budget.
Roessler, a graduate of Arizona State University, also has a graduate degree from George Washington University. Roessler has served more than 24 years in the Fairfax County Police Department. He lives in Centreville with his family.
Ed Roessler Age
Details regarding where and when Ed was born are still under investigation. His exact age is also under investigation.
Ed Roessler Height
A man of average stature Ed stands at a height of 6;1(approx).
Ed Roessler Family
Originally from Brooklyn, N.Y., Roessler, 49, comes from a family of New York City firefighters. But a few uncles were police officers and, in high school, he decided to study criminal justice and go into law enforcement.
Ed Roessler Wife
Ed is happily married to his wife who is a small business owner. Together the couple has three children together their oldest daughter is in college, their youngest daughter is a rising senior at Westfield High and their son is starting middle school at Stone.
Ed Roessler Salary
Ed earns an annual salary of $188,410.
Ed Roessler Networth
Roessler has an estimated networth of six figures or. Exact figures are still under investigation.
Ed Roessler Stabbed
Police and fire officials said they responded to a stabbing in the 4600 blocks of Brookfield Corporate Drive.A witness told News4 a man walked into a Bible study class at Grace Covenant Church and stabbed the pastor leading the class.News4’s Julie Carey confirmed Police Chief Ed Roessler and another person were taken to a hospital with minor injuries they suffered while taking down the suspect.No further information was immediately available.
Fairfax County’s Police Chief Ed Roessler was transported to the hospital with non-life-threatening injuries after attempting to detain a suspect that allegedly walked into a church and stabbed multiple people.
According to the police, they responded to Grace Covenant Church on Brookefield Corporate Drive Saturday afternoon. Witnesses on the scene claim a man walked into the church and stabbed the pastor leading the service.At this time, the pastor’s condition is unknown and one other person was transported with minor injuries while detaining the suspect.