Eric Frein was sentenced to death by the State of Pennsylvania for the murder of a police officer. According to court documents Eric Frein would shoot two State Troopers at the Pennsylvania State Police in the Pocono Mountains in the Township of Blooming Grove, Pennsylvania, killing Corporal Bryon K. Dickson II. Eric Frein reportedly committed the murder in the hopes of sparking a revolution. Eric Frein would be arrested, convicted and sentenced to death
Eric Frein 2021 Information
|ERIC MATTHEW FREIN||Commit Name|
|ERIC MATTHEW FREIN||True Name|
Parole Number: MY0275
Date of Birth: 05/03/1983
Height: 6′ 01″
Current Location: PHOENIX
Permanent Location: PHOENIX
Committing County: PIKE
Eric Frein More News
Pennsylvania has scheduled June 22 for the death of Eric Frein, the Monroe County man who ambushed and killed a state trooper in 2014, though the state has a moratorium on capital punishment.
Corrections Secretary John Wetzel signed a notice of execution Monday for Frein, 36, of Canadensis.
However, Gov. Tom Wolf’s death penalty moratorium, enacted in 2015, remains in effect. The moratorium does not halt death warrants from being issued. Defendants must seek a stay of the warrant.
Pennsylvania has executed three inmates since reinstating the death penalty in 1976. The most recent execution was in 1999.