Jay Leno donated his time and money to the family of a fallen Police Officer from Richmond, Kentucky during a benefit.
Senior Patrol Officer Daniel Ellis of the Richmond, Kentucky Police Department was killed in the line of duty on November 6, 2015 and a benefit for his widow Katie Ellis and son Luke, 3, was held on April 23, 2016 at the Saint Mark Roman Catholic Church. Continue reading “Jay Leno Backs The Blue!”
A 3 year old K-9 with the Washington State Patrol had just finished screening two Ferry loads of cars for explosives. On his way home the K-9 was taken ill and immediately rushed to a vet.
Trooper Mike Allan who is with Homeland Security and assigned to the K-9 unit of the Washington State Patrol had just completed training with his K-9 partner “Patrick” a 3 year old German Shepherd for explosives detection. After training the team went to the Coleman Ferry Terminal where Patrick screened two Ferry loads of cars for explosives. Continue reading “Washington State Patrol 3 year old K-9 “Patrick” passed away after detection work”
A State Police helicopter crew worked with other first responders to save a 16 year old who had fallen 40 feet down a mountainside cliff in Cumberland.
According to State Police Sgt. Donald Lehman a mountainous area just north of Bishop Walsh High School was the scene of a hoist rescue performed by the Maryland State Police helicopter crew on Trooper 5, based at the Cumberland Airport on Tuesday evening, April 26, 2016. Continue reading “Maryland State Police rescue 16 year old boy who fell from a cliff”
A standoff that started Tuesday evening and ended around 1 a.m. Wednesday was prompted by a call for help from a member of the suspect’s family. The nature of the disturbance was that of a domestic dispute.
Deputies arrived on the scene around 6:30 P.M. and Brian Cundiff fired upon Officers wounding one. Cundiff retreated into his residence where he barricaded himself on Blair Lane for close to seven hours while negotiators tried making contact. Continue reading “Pittsylvania County, Va. Sheriff’s Deputy shot answering domestic call, 1 suspect in custody”
A passerby noticed a Deputy Sheriff changing a flat tire for a motorist on a busy stretch of highway and posted it to local news.
Too often people only see the bad that the few officers do and refuse to see the tremendous amounts of good that are done daily by them. It is great when people take a snapshot and post it to social media then share it. Continue reading “Greenville County, S.C. Sheriff’s Deputy gets a shout out to Local news for an act of kindness”
The City of Spokane Police Department posted the following photos for the sake of transparency :
A citizen caught an officer in action recently…tossing a football and making these kids’ day.
Deputy, Bonnie Garland was impressed with 5 year old Wallace Jefferson when he visited the Martin County Sheriff’s Office and swore him in, during a very special ceremony.
Making bonds and connecting with children leaves a lasting impression, this is a fine example of that in action. Continue reading “Martin County, Fl. Sheriff’s Office Deputy makes a friend who takes a special oath”
Officers from Fort Lee, N.J. holding Fundraiser for a sixth grader with a rare form of cancer.
A borough police officer is working to help a little girl who has been hospitalized with cancer since January.
Briana Lopez has a rare form of cancer. She is a sixth-grader at School No. 3. To help her, Detective Nick Mircovich and Melissa Cuello, an administrative assistant with the Fort Lee, N.J. Police Department, are organizing a Zumbathon fundraiser next month called Arresting Cancer to help Lopez and her family.
The Zumbathon will be at the Jack Alter Community Center May 22 from noon to 2 p.m. Registration begins at 11:30 a.m.
Tickets cost $10.
Briana suffers from acute myeloid leukemia and requires a bone marrow transplant. She has been in Hackensack University Medical Center for weeks now and needs a marrow donor desperately since Chemotherapy by itself won’t cure Briana.
All it takes is a 30-second swab of your cheek to see if you’re a potentially life-saving match. Doctors say Briana’s case highlights another issue, that there simply aren’t enough minorities who register to become bone marrow donors. “She’s much more likely to match somebody from her own community, from her own ethnic background,” Dr. Alfred Gillio said.
Shortly before 11 p.m. on Monday night, an Arlington Police officer was shot while assisting the Saginaw Police Department serve a felony arrest warrant for murder.
Officers from the Saginaw Police Department had a warrant for a man identified as 23 year old Joel Conner McCommon who was wanted for fatal shooting of 17-year-old Jordan Miles last weekend. Continue reading “Arlington, Tx. Officer shot, 1 suspect in custody”