Joey Vinto was the proud owner of the Famous Gino's Steaks in South Philadelphia, Pa. Home of the PHILLY CHEESE STEAK. He donated large sums of money to assist the families of deceased officers in Philadelphia and surrounding area. The Northampton County Pa. Sheriffs Association had Deputy sheriff Charles Hentz present Joey with a memorial slate wall clock in appreciation of his service. Joey passed away shortly after receiving this honor, but he will always be remembered by law enforcement.
Date March 25th, 2016, 11 Years later at 15:00 HRS Easton Pa. Center Square, A memorial Tribute every year in rememberace.
Officer Down Memorial Page
9/11/2001, FLIGHT#93 as seen at 6:00 AM on a spring morning before the National Memorial at this location.
Deputy Sheriff Charles Hentz overlooking the crash site. So calm, and peacefull. Notice all of the artifacts left by visitor's at the site, and never touched by subsequent visitor's..
NRA CERTIFIED FIREARMS TRAINING IN BANGOR PA.
COMMERCIAL VEHICLE ACCIDENT INVESTIGATION
RETIRED POLICE OFFICER PERMIT TO CARRY QUALIFICATION, PA & NJ
REFUSE TO BE A VICTIM SEMINAR
PA. CHIEFS OF POLICE ACCREDITATION
FEED THE FED
Several days after 9/11 Charles Hentz, with the assistance of a Federal Bureau Of Investigation Special Agent organized a group of people from South Jersey to travel in a convoy to New York City where they fed over 1000 FBI Agents the first hot meal they had since 9/11. One week later Charlie organized another convoy and fed another 1000 Agents below ground zero in Battery Park. This is the video of trip#1 .
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JESSE ERICK SOLLMAN Badge#1056
Easton Pennsylvania Police Department
End of Watch March 25th, 2005