He was found lying by the side of his truck in the 400 block of Oceana Blvd. in Virginia Beach. Beach police, assisted by Norfolk investigators, are now working together to figure out how and why he died.
Beach police released no new details to the public on Thursday, but Norfolk police Chief Bruce P. Marquis reiterated that personal items were taken from Decker and said Beach police have recovered an item of evidence, possibly his wallet. Decker, who was off-duty, had left his Norfolk service weapon in his home, Marquis said. (Link)
According to former South Carolina Black Foot Soldier, Anthony “Norfolk” Crawford, who now claims Virginia Beach as home, the racial terrorist’s reported death has come as good news to blacks he had opportunity to subjectively racial profile, harass and illegally imprison.
Decker, who was named Norfolk’s 2009 “Officer” of the Year after surviving an alleged shootout where he killed a reported Black On Black (BOB) Crime assailant, is described as a well-liked Norfolk bike patrol officer by local, pro white media sources. Local Soldiers, however, condemned Decker’s life and, reportedly, called his “service” “hypocrisy.”