Man Dies In Motorcycle Accident In Ge...

Man Dies In Motorcycle Accident In Germantown

There are 21 comments on the WUSA9.com Washington, DC story from May 16, 2010, titled Man Dies In Motorcycle Accident In Germantown. In it, WUSA9.com Washington, DC reports that:

Montgomery County Police say that Joshua Charles Warden of the 19200 block of Liberty Mill Road in Germantown, died Sunday morning after he was thrown from his motorcycle and struck a utility pole.

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eva

Fairfax, VA

#1 May 17, 2010
Josh Warden was a very good friend of my brother Quentin. I just know he is in a better place. He was a really good kid. People should consider not riding motercycles anymore. It is dangerous. If you wanna go on the road and look cool drive a hummer its the coolest car and safe as anything. R.I.P Joshua Charles Warden.
What it do cuz

United States

#2 May 17, 2010
Gone but not forgotin one of the realest people i new i dont no what else to say but we all love you .micah Xfgdhjfdgudgdb
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ILLY MOE

Maplewood, NJ

#3 May 17, 2010
NEVER TO BE FORGOTTEN. RIP BIG BOSS.
unknown

Alexandria, VA

#4 May 18, 2010
Another young brother gone too soon. Bars, the darkness of the night and motorcycles do not mix. I lost a friend about 2 years ago, at the intersection on 118 and Dawson Farm Rd. He did not do any wrong and lost his life. He had been a rider for about 35 yrs. Some times things just happen for no apparent reason. God will provide mercy and comfort to the family. I did not know Josh, but 2 of my sons did and he was well liked.
ree ree

Washington, DC

#5 May 18, 2010
I grew up with josh my mom use to change his diapers,we laughed together,played pranks together,got in trouble together an yet he still grew up to be a very smart,well known well respected man,we would go months an months without seeing eachother but when we did it was like we jus seen eachother the day b4 it was always love ...!!!!he will be 4eva missed an always loved!!!!!His kids will be left with memories of wat a great father he was an stories of wat a wonderful an great person he was!We love u josh an can't wait till god makes it so that we cross paths again!!!!
Corrina

Chevy Chase, MD

#6 May 20, 2010
I ask that God please heal the hearts of his family and friends. And I pray for his children and that they are able to understand that their father is in a better place and he will always watch over them. Being a mother I cant imagine what his mother is going through and I hope that she has plenty of family and friends around her at this hard time. Rest in Peace Josh!
Birdsalls

Silver Spring, MD

#7 May 20, 2010
This loss weighs so heavily on our hearts.
He was such a kind and respectful young man. So loved and respected. Our prayers go out to his family at this time of unbelievable loss and sorrow. We wish so much we could have been part of tonight's wake, but though we could not be there physically we are there in spirit and our in our heartfelt sorrow at this terrible loss. God bless you dear one, may you rest in peace in the glory and kingdom that is now yours.
Maybach

Olney, MD

#8 May 21, 2010
I've heard multiple reports from eyewitnesses, that say the police rammed his motorcycle when he failed to stop. Also no ambulance showed up for 30 minutes. Are these MoCo police really protecting and serving. I think there needs to be an investigation, but it will produce nothing, because the police will be investigating their fellow "gang members"
Concerned Citizen

Plymouth, MN

#10 May 21, 2010
WOW!! If the police rammed his bike after he failed to stop, someone needs to be answering some questions. Preferably Capiton Didone of that district policy department.
CupCakes

Silver Spring, MD

#11 May 25, 2010
My heart goes out to the fam friends & any1 who came in contact with Josh Warden. What a unexpected loss. We went to high school together and also loved in the same community, he was my friend. Whatever really happened on how he was killed whether it was soley accident and/or caused by the police, God will take care of that. He's in a better place and i only hope we all can get through this. Life consists the unexpected and we must all be more prepared and aware of ourselves and the ones we care for. We must live life everyday like its our last and let go the petty things because you "never" know what life has in store for us. You will NEVER be 4gotten JOSH WARDEN... we hold on to his memories forever in our minds & hearts. A Soldier, A Friend, A Father, A Brother, A Man, etc. now has became an Angel who can Protect Us from above. We Love U Josh!!!:(
matt

Waynesboro, PA

#12 Feb 9, 2011
He got what he deserved. Good kid. HA! Want to be a gangster still? He got wrapped up with the wrong crowd and thought he was tough, until he was alone or in jail.I'm guessing now that he is alone again he isn't talking the tough guy stuff again.
Xverzez

New York, NY

#13 Feb 9, 2011
matt wrote:
He got what he deserved. Good kid. HA! Want to be a gangster still? He got wrapped up with the wrong crowd and thought he was tough, until he was alone or in jail.I'm guessing now that he is alone again he isn't talking the tough guy stuff again.
@matt...did u know him u dumb ass??? Obviously not because nothing you just said made any sense. He wasn't alone that night and he wasn't in jail so maybe u should only speak on what you actually know...which is nothing. He was a good person and took care of his peoples no matter what. We still miss him and think about my brother everyday. Its a sad loss and the fmaily would appreciate if you didnt disrespect his spirit. No one deserves to die. Not even your b&[email protected] ass. Don't hate because he had more than you will ever have....
Cindy Loo Who

Germantown, MD

#14 Feb 9, 2011
The exact thing happened to a friend of mine in 1990. He died the exact same way, traveling at a high rate of speed and his body hit a utility pole. So sad he was only 22 years old. Another young person has lost his life because he did not use his common sense and thought he could fly. Young people ( I used to be one) think that they are invincable and nothing can happen to them. I think its in very bad taste as well as very bad Karma to say someone deserved this. No one deserves to die a horrid, painful death.

Think before you write how your words will affect someone else. In this life " What goes around comes around" But this guy Matt unfortunatly will prob not live long enough to experiance that himself.
Trying to sleep

Chevy Chase, MD

#15 Mar 13, 2011
I get tired of hearing motorcycles speeding at all hours of the night. Almost everyone who dies on a bike disobeyed the traffic laws. Slow down and live.
Pablo Alfaro of LP

Gaithersburg, MD

#16 Mar 16, 2011
Trying to sleep wrote:
I get tired of hearing motorcycles speeding at all hours of the night. Almost everyone who dies on a bike disobeyed the traffic laws. Slow down and live.
Yeah homie you try to sleep,
You can come to Langley Park to sleep with us latino girls and you sleep good you homie. Us latinos teach you how to get some good head you homie.
Bo Mayne

Richmond, VA

#17 May 16, 2011
RIP champ.
Hill boy

Farmingdale, NY

#19 Aug 11, 2011
No good.
getright39

Frederick, MD

#20 May 10, 2016
man josh almost been 6 years in 6 days man i miss you
Alphonso

Poolesville, MD

#24 May 10, 2016
Mister KING wrote:
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Best thing to happen to your friend, was a criminal and a loser just like his parents!! PHAGGOTTT was a waste of AIR. Glad he died and heard it was SLOW. HHEHEHEHEHEHEEHHEHHE
I hope that you feel good about yourself you big bad keyboard warrior. You must lead a miserable little life to post something like that. But of course when you are a loser at life it is probably easy to do it.
Andrew

Poolesville, MD

#29 Jan 6, 2017
eva wrote:
Josh Warden was a very good friend of my brother Quentin. I just know he is in a better place. He was a really good kid. People should consider not riding motercycles anymore. It is dangerous. If you wanna go on the road and look cool drive a hummer its the coolest car and safe as anything. R.I.P Joshua Charles Warden.
"He is in a better place". Where is this place? Why is it that low IQ people use this phrase all of the time? Because they don't know what else to say or because their even lower IQ friends say it?

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