Deputy Chief Sander Cohen Memorial Hoody
All proceeds will be given to FOP 123 at the conclusion of the campaign to be dispersed to Deputy Chief Cohen's family.
It's an honor to provide these to Deputy Chief Sander Cohen's family, department, co-workers, and friends, and to honor a true HERO.
"We remember so heroes live forever."
- 50% cotton, 50% polyester
- Front pouch pocket
- Fits true to size
- Check size chart
Deputy Chief Sander Cohen
Deputy Chief Fire Marshal Sander Cohen was struck and killed by a vehicle on southbound I-270, near Falls Road in Montgomery County, while assisting at the scene of another crash involving an off duty FBI agent.
Deputy Chief Cohen was off duty when he encountered a single vehicle crash that was blocking the left the lane of the interstate. He activated his flashers and notified the Maryland State Police barracks that he was checking on the welfare of the driver, Supervisory Special Agent Carlos Wolff. He and Agent Wolff were standing on the shoulder of the highway when another vehicle swerved to avoid the crash scene.
The vehicle struck Deputy Chief Cohen and Agent Wolff, throwing them both over the jersey wall into the northbound lanes. They both suffered fatal injuries as a result of being struck.
Deputy Chief Cohen had served as a law enforcement investigator with the Maryland Office of the State Fire Marshal for nine years and served as a volunteer firefighter with the Rockville Volunteer Fire Department.