Frazier Designates Section of State Highway 4 to Sgt. Scott Lunger


Sacramento, CA – Today, Assemblymember Jim Frazier (D – Discovery Bay) presented ACR 49 on the Assembly Floor that designates an eastern Contra Costa County portion of State Highway 4 in memorial to Sgt. Scott Lunger for his service to public safety and personal contributions to his community.

Sgt. Lunger’s sacrifice, made in the line of duty, deserves every bit of respect and recognition that can be given. Not only a dedicated officer of the law, Scott was also an active member of the East County community as a beloved volunteer coach for the Freedom High School girls softball team. We will miss Scott greatly and owe a debt of gratitude to him and his loved ones for their sacrifices.”

Lunger, 48, was a sergeant in the Hayward Police Department for 15 years, serving as a member of various specialty units, including the Special Duty Unit, Gang Task Force, and Special Weapons and Tactics team. As an avid sports fan, he loved the Oakland A’s, was a lifelong football fan and served as assistant coach for a high school softball program. Prior to his career in law enforcement, Lunger followed his father’s footsteps becoming a member of the International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers (IBEW) Local 595, working up to the position of general foreman.

On July 22, 2015, Lunger was shot and killed during a routine traffic stop.


Assemblymember Frazier represents the 11th Assembly District, which includes the communities of Antioch, Bethel Island, Birds Landing, Brentwood, Byron, Collinsville, Discovery Bay, Fairfield, Isleton, Knightsen, Locke, Oakley, Pittsburg (partial), Rio Vista, Suisun City, Travis AFB, Vacaville and Walnut Grove.



  1. Too bad Jim Frazier didnt commit suicide in honor of the fallen officer. Now that would have been a worthwhile tribute.

  2. ECT, please remove the dudes comment. Many have their differences with Mr Frazier but this comment is uncalled for.

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