Corporal Theodore D. Wolf, Sr.

Theodore D. Wolf, Sr.
End of Watch: 3/29/1990
Age: 40
Years of Service: 16
Cause of Death: Gunfire
National Memorial Panel: 20-W: 5

​Corporal Wolf stopped a vehicle for speeding on northbound Interstate 95 at St. Rt. 175 in Jessup. While writing the ticket, he was shot twice in the head at close range. Two suspects were later apprehended in New York. They were tried and convicted.

Corporal Wolf is survived by his wife and three young sons. 

Corporal Wolf was an avid softball player and his memory is honored each year at the Maryland State Police Softball Tournament. The most valuable player of the tournament is chosen by the winning team and is presented the "MVP Ted Wolf Trophy"."

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