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Edward Nathaniel BELL




Edward Nathaniel Bell



Officer Lisa Hyde, with her weapon drawn, searches for the shooting suspect
near a Piccadilly Street home early on Saturday morning.



Officers gather at 301-303 E. Piccadilly as they continue their investigation.



Winchester Police Sgt. David Sobonya places a pistol in an evidence box.
The weapon was found under the back porch of the house at 305 E. Piccadilly St.



Master Police Officer James J. Greeves of the Fairfax County Sheriff’s Office describes
how he and his helicopter crew used an infrared camera to search for evidence
around the scene of the shooting of Sgt. Ricky L. Timbrook.



Winchester Police Capt. David Sobonya holds up a t-shirt worn by Sgt. Ricky L. Timbrook
on the night he was shot to death. It was part of the evidence introduced by Winchester
Commonwealth’s Attorney Paul H. Thomson (left) as the prosecution completed its case.



Sgt. Ricky L. Timbrook’s widow, Kelly, testified during proceedings in January 2001.



Also testifying in January 2001 was Kitty Timbrook (below), mother of slain Winchester Police
Sgt. Ricky L. Timbrook. The jury of nine women and three men recommended that Edward
Nathaniel Bell receive the death penalty for the Oct. 29, 1999, murder of Sgt. Timbrook.



Winchester Police Officer Robert L. Bower describes how he saw Officer Ricky L. Timbrook
fall back after being show in October 1999. Bower’s testimony came in the second day
of testimony in the capital murder trial of Edward Nathaniel Bell in Winchester
Circuit Court. Judge Dennis Hupp looks on.



Edward N. Bell, right, listens as Judge Dennis Hupp sentences him to death, May 30, 2001,
in Winchester Circuit Court, in Winchester, Va. (Scott Mason - AP)



Edward Nathaniel Bell



The execution table at Greensville Correctional Center in Jarratt is shown. Lethal chemicals
are injected from behind the blue curtain while a prison official waits on the phone,
at right, with the governor's office.



Protesters Matt Sellamn, left, Beth Panilaitis, second from left, Henry Earl IV, center and an unidentified protestor form England, right, demonstrate outside the Greensville Correctional Center after Edward Nathaniel Bell was executed by lethal injection and pronounced dead at 9:11pm in Jarratt, Va., Thursday, Feb. 19, 2009.



The victim


Winchester Police Sgt. Ricky L. Timbrook, 32.



Flowers, messages, and other remembrances have been placed on the cruiser
used by Sgt. Ricky L. Timbrook. His photo is in the window of the car, which
is parked at the Public Safety Building in Winchester.



The funeral procession heads down Amherst Street toward Mt. Hebron Cemetery.



Pallbearers carry Timbrook's casket past police honor guard units and into the Sacred Heart
of Jesus Catholic Church for Thursday's funeral service.



Christopher S. Jackson of the Metropolitan Police Department
in Washington D.C. plays "Going Home."



Chief Gary W. Reynolds gives the flag from Sgt. Ricky Lee Timbrook's
casket to his widow, Kelly.



The 2-year-old son of slain Winchester Police Sgt. Ricky L. Timbrook places a single red rose on his
father’s grave in May 2002 during a ceremony in Mount Hebron Cemetery to honor fallen law enforcement
officers. The boy’s grandfather, Richard Timbrook (kneeling behind the wreath), lends a hand.



The packaging for the Winchester Memorial Police Car features a photo of city Police
Sgt. Ricky L. Timbrook, who was killed in the line of duty on Oct. 30, 1999.



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