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Memorial Fund in the News

300-mile bicycle ride honors fallen officers
Source: by 24 Hour News 8 web staff
Date: May 10, 2017

Law enforcement agencies across West Michigan are taking part in a four-day bicycle ride to honor officers killed in the line of duty. The Police Unity Tour is an annual fundraising event for the National Law Enforcement Officers Memorial and Museum.

National Police Memorial Adds Name of 3 DC-Area Officers
Source: Associated Press
Date: May 1, 2017

Three Washington-area police officers who died in the line of duty are having their names added to National Law Enforcement Officers Memorial.

Names of 3 local officers being added to National Police Memorial
Source: WTOP by Kathy Stewart
Date: April 30, 2017

The names of three local police officers killed in the line of duty in 2016 are being added to National Law Enforcement Officers Memorial in D.C. Prince George’s County Police Officer Jacai Colson was killed by friendly fire. Prince William County Police Officer Ashley Guindon was killed only hours into her very first shift as a police officer. The name of Cpl. Harvey Snook, of the Arlington County Police Department, is also being added to the memorial this year after he died in January 2016 from cancer caused while working recovery efforts at the Pentagon following 9/11 attack.

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By Mary Huber, Statesman

Fayette County sheriff’s deputy praised for ‘quick response’ during attempted roadside suicide

Sheriff’s deputy Rick Bohlmann was working his normal Tuesday afternoon shift patrolling traffic in rural Fayette County when he was stopped by a motorist who warned him about a car that was stalled on the side of the road with blood all around it.

Bohlmann said the man was conscious and he was muttering that he had “lost his clip.”

On the passenger’s seat, there was a gun.

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Thank you to all who joined us for the Run for the Badge on October 14th at the National Law Enforcement Officers Memorial! Your support for law enforcement and your participation and fundraising helps us honor the contribution and sacrifice officers make every day. All proceeds benefit the Memorial Fund.

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