Widows of Heroic Troopers Mack, Sisca Witness Their Killer Report To Prison

The widows of two Pennsylvania state troopers killed in the line of duty were on hand today as the woman convicted of their murders reported to prison to begin serving a sentence of up to 60 years in prison. On March 21, 2022, Troopers Martin Mack III and Branden Sisca were struck and killed, along with a man they were trying to help who was walking on I-95 in Philadelphia. The woman was convicted of three counts of third-degree murder and homicide by vehicle while driving under the influence.

Stephanie Mack and Brittany Sisca issued the following statement: “Our families are forever grateful for the outpouring of love and support since that horrible day. We lost our husbands, our fathers and our brothers. They will always be our heroes. There are a number of individuals who stand out for their exemplary service in our time of need. Capt. Gerard B. McShea and the Command Staff at Troop K Philadelphia ensured that a thorough and rigorous investigation led to the conviction. Troopers Ross W. Greenwood, Vincent J. Scardilli and Shane P. Dunlevy from Troop K accompanied us to court, Police Week in Washington D.C., and other events. We’d also like to thank the Pennsylvania State Troopers Association for their work in advocating for our families and safeguarding that justice be done.  Some may see this as a moment of closure, but we will always mourn terribly for our heroic loved ones.”


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