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The West Covina Police Department Remembers - today marks the 32nd anniversary of the shooting death of Officer Ken Wrede, killed in the line of duty on August 31, 1983.

On Wednesday, August 31, 1983, Officer Kenneth “Ken” Wrede #203 was working as a patrol officer for the West Covina Police Department.  At approximately 1219 hours, Officer Wrede was contacted by a citizen who reported a man, possibly under the influence of drugs, acting bizarre in the street.  Officer Wrede responded to the area of Lark Ellen Avenue and Francisquito Avenue and began searching for the man. 
 
Officer Wrede located the suspect at Francisquito Avenue and Glenview Road. Officer Wrede made contact with the suspect and radioed that the suspect appeared to be high on PCP.  Officer Wrede requested another officer to respond to assist him.  The suspect refused orders by Officer Wrede and a struggle ensued.  During the continued struggle, the suspect was able to rip the shotgun and shotgun rack from Officer Wrede’s patrol unit.  The suspect fired the shotgun over the roof of the unit, fatally wounding Officer Wrede.  Responding officers located and arrested the suspect near the scene.  It was later determined that the suspect was, in fact, high on PCP.  The suspect was subsequently convicted and sentenced to death.
 
Officer Ken Wrede was born in Chicago and raised in Anaheim.  He graduated from Katella High School in 1975 and went on to attend Fullerton College where he earned an Associate’s Degree in Criminal Justice in 1978.  Officer Wrede was hired by the West Covina Police Department in 1980 as he finished the Orange County Police Officer’s Academy at Golden West College in Huntington Beach.  He married his wife, Denel, in 1982.  While employed with the West Covina Police Department, Officer Wrede was assigned as an officer in the Patrol Division. 
 
Officer Wrede is survived by his wife (Denel), father (Kenneth), mother (Marianne), and three sisters (Nicki, Karen, and Kerry).  Officer Wrede was laid to rest at Forest Lawn Memorial Park Covina Hills.  The City of West Covina named “Wrede Way” after Officer Wrede in 1985.  In 2007, the portion of the Interstate 10 freeway from Grand Avenue to Vincent Avenue was named the “West Covina Police Officer Kenneth Scott Wrede Memorial Highway” in honor of Officer Ken Wrede’s service and sacrifice to the City of West Covina.
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The West Covina Police Department Remembers - today marks the 32nd anniversary of the shooting death of Officer Ken Wrede, killed in the line of duty on August 31, 1983. On Wednesday, August 31, 1983, Officer Kenneth “Ken” Wrede #203 was working as a patrol officer for the West Covina Police Department. At approximately 1219 hours, Officer Wrede was contacted by a citizen who reported a man, possibly under the influence of drugs, acting bizarre in the street. Officer Wrede responded to the area of Lark Ellen Avenue and Francisquito Avenue and began searching for the man. Officer Wrede located the suspect at Francisquito Avenue and Glenview Road. Officer Wrede made contact with the suspect and radioed that the suspect appeared to be high on PCP. Officer Wrede requested another officer to respond to assist him. The suspect refused orders by Officer Wrede and a struggle ensued. During the continued struggle, the suspect was able to rip the shotgun and shotgun rack from Officer Wrede’s patrol unit. The suspect fired the shotgun over the roof of the unit, fatally wounding Officer Wrede. Responding officers located and arrested the suspect near the scene. It was later determined that the suspect was, in fact, high on PCP. The suspect was subsequently convicted and sentenced to death. Officer Ken Wrede was born in Chicago and raised in Anaheim. He graduated from Katella High School in 1975 and went on to attend Fullerton College where he earned an Associate’s Degree in Criminal Justice in 1978. Officer Wrede was hired by the West Covina Police Department in 1980 as he finished the Orange County Police Officer’s Academy at Golden West College in Huntington Beach. He married his wife, Denel, in 1982. While employed with the West Covina Police Department, Officer Wrede was assigned as an officer in the Patrol Division. Officer Wrede is survived by his wife (Denel), father (Kenneth), mother (Marianne), and three sisters (Nicki, Karen, and Kerry). Officer Wrede was laid to rest at Forest Lawn Memorial Park Covina Hills. The City of West Covina named “Wrede Way” after Officer Wrede in 1985. In 2007, the portion of the Interstate 10 freeway from Grand Avenue to Vincent Avenue was named the “West Covina Police Officer Kenneth Scott Wrede Memorial Highway” in honor of Officer Ken Wrede’s service and sacrifice to the City of West Covina.