Found on Instagram Account 835apparel with the following notation:
This was posted on Insta by @rickyg17, Officer Galvez, who was just murdered the other night
while sitting in his personal vehicle outside of his station.
So many want to bitch, complain, and ask where the good cops are . . . THEY'RE DYING!
And nobody seems to give a good God damn . . . because after all it is just "occupational hazard."
Nah, being ambushed is an act of a coward. Rest in Peace, Brother ⚫️🔵⚫️ #thinblueline#humanizingthebadge
On November 10, 2015 Officer Vicki Bagshaw was recognized by her municipality for the work that she does when she ‘sneaks off’ to do what she does just because she cares about people. Officer Bagshaw is a wonderful example of the type of people that make up the community of the “Thin Blue Line”.
She was recognized for two acts of late one of which no one was supposed to have known about at all.
Three teens have been charged in an attempt to carry out shootings at two Michigan schools, following similarly foiled shootings in towns across the country. In at least two cases, school resource officers were key to uncovering the plots.
Police in Argentine Township, Mich., working with the FBI, investigated the plot and arrested the teens on Oct. 29, a day before they were reportedly planning to carry out shootings at Linden Middle School and Linden High School.
November 9, 2015 On November 8, 2015 An Unknown Police officer from the Temecula Police Department walked into a Payless Shoe Store with a woman who was barefoot. A couple who was inside shopping asked the officer if he was buying her shoes and he said yes. taken with the Officers generosity the couple decided to help the woman as well.
On November 7, 2015 Kayla Christine Palmer witnessed Officer Kenya Joyner of the Delaware Port Authority giving a homeless man a pair of shoes and filmed it with her phone. She walked up and shook his hand and told him that she wanted it to go viral as she did so, that she was going to post the video on the internet. The Officer just smiled and walked away and got back into his patrol vehicle. He probably didn’t expect the coverage that would happen.
On November 5, 2015 Officer Jeff Redcross was checking a 911 report of a house fire at about 10:30 P.M. upon his arrival the house was full of smoke and he immediately ran to get inside to check for persons inside who may not have gotten out. Luckily he arrived when he did because he found a 68 year old woman who had a cell phone clutched in her hand who had been overcome with smoke inhalation.
November 7, 2015 While on patrol Odessa, Tx. Patrol Officer Pricilla Patino happened across a woman and her children who were on the roadway and had run out of gas. Officer Patino called for another unit to stand by the motorist to ensure the safety of the woman and children as the Officer went to a local 7-11 and purchased a gas can and boutght some gas with her own money to get the family on their way again.
The Officer who assisted took the photo and posted it on Facebook without Officer Patino even knowing that it had been done. The original Post can be found here on the page of DeAnn Lopez – CBS 7 News
Interestingly enough one of the comments made by another person stated that another officer had done something similar stating. “Brenda FordMy daughter had a flat with my 2 grand daughters in car and a sheriff pulled her into a station close by, he had to of paid for it because she didn’t have money”
It goes to show that Officers regularly assist people and these acts go unnoticed by in large by the community.
The original post reads:
“Check out this post an Odessa Police Officer shared on Facebook today — an act of kindness goes a long way:
Today while on patrol in Odessa, TX my sector partner and good friend Pricilla Patino saw a stranded driver on a busy road. She called me out to give her a hand and while I parked my lights behind the stranded car to make sure nobody hit her, Pricilla went to 7-11 and bought a gas can, put gas in the ladies car for her and sent the lady and her kids on their way. It took all of about 15 minutes and $5 out of Pricilla’s own pocket. She didn’t do it for praise, she didn’t even know I was taking this picture, she just saw someone who needed help and did what needed to be done. This is the kind of stuff cops do everywhere on a daily basis. All in a day’s work. Good job!”
November 5, 2015 Fall presents every day problems for residents that are bothersome like falling leaves. For some it becomes a hassle because others allow it to become more of a problem than it needs to be. It leads to neighbor disputes. That is when Police end up getting called and have to end up being the bad guy or not! In this case Officer Tim “Duck” Millard comes to the scene and cleans up a messy situation.
Somerset, Tx. Thompson and Wrenlee dad Wesley Arigullin said they were on their way to the hospital Tuesday night when they were forced to pull over on the side of the road. Arigullin was having contractions although she wasn’t due until November 14, however the baby decided otherwise.
Luckily A Somerset Independent School District police officer named Israel Castro was across the road and saw the couple in distress and immediately came to their aid.