Please donate to help Deputy Hesse!
The North Carolina Police Benevolent Association and the Police Benevolent Foundation are asking for financial support for Deputy Nicholas Hesse of the Pender County Sheriff’s Office. Deputy Hesse was involved in a serious motor vehicle accident on June 14th when his patrol vehicle hit a deer and a culvert. He was transported to the hospital in critical condition and had surgery the day of the accident to fix his broken femur and temporarily pin his broken ankle. A few days later he had surgery to repair his broken jaw. His latest surgery, continued with repairs to his leg and ankle. There will be multiple surgeries in the future according to his doctors for him to regain the use of his leg.
Deputy Hesse graduated from West Johnston High School in 2017. In high school he was a lifeguard at Tucker Lake. In 2022, he completed Basic Law Enforcement Training at Johnston County Community College before starting with Pender County Sheriff’s Office. Hesse is an avid outdoorsman who loves boating, fishing, duck and deer hunting. He also loves to ride motorcycles.
100% of the money received by the PBF will go to Deputy Nicholas Hesse.