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#HONORING THE OLDEST
Lt. Tom Morgan
Thank you for your many years of service Sir , May you continue to serve and do what you do best for many years to come .
Lt. Tom Morgan was rightfully recognized and awarded at our HCSO Reserves Appreciation dinner this past Saturday! Lt. Morgan, a young 93 years old, is the oldest Peace Officer in the State of Texas! Currently serving in our Reserve Command, Lt. Morgan received the Lifetime Achievement Award, as well as a letter of recognition from Congress! WOW!
- 53 days ago via site
#Honoring the memory of #MichealJackson . Was taken taken from his Family Friends and fans way to soon in his life , He is being missed by all of us . May God Bless his resting soul , We all miss him he has never been nor will he be forgotten his song and his voice remain deep within ourt hearts
- 174 days ago via site
#Honoring The Memory of fallen #HEROS They have never been forgotten , Will always be remembered in our Hearts. They Left us to soon in lives doing what they Loved to do best. Today, we honor Officer Brett Oswald and Officer Justin McGrory. On June 27, 2010, they were both killed in the line of duty by two seperate, tragic incidents.
Officer Brett Oswald was killed when he was struck by a vehicle at the scene of an abandoned vehicle.
He responded to a report that a vehicle had hit a tree on South River Road in Paso Robles. After investigating, Officer Oswald determined that no accident had occurred and that the vehicle was abandoned. He called for a tow truck and was waiting next to his patrol car, when a passing vehicle crossed the double yellow lines and struck the patrol car. The force of the impact pushed the patrol car into him.
Officer Oswald was transported to a local hospital where he later died from his injuries.
The suspect was arrested and charged with felony vehicular manslaughter with gross negligence and driving with a suspended license, and was found guilty of second degree murder and faces life in prison with the possibility of parole after 15 years.
Officer Oswald had served with the agency for 20 years and is survived by his wife.
Officer Justin McGrory was struck and killed by a drunk driver while conducting a field sobriety test on I-15 in Barstow at 3:38 am.
He and his partner had stopped a suspected drunk driver and were administering the tests when he was struck. His partner was not injured. The drunk driver who struck him stopped a short distance away. He was arrested and charged with vehicular manslaughter and driving under the influence of marijuana.
On June 24, 2012, the suspect was acquitted after his trial resulted in a hung jury.
Officer McGrory had served with the California Highway Patrol for almost three years. He is survived by his expectant wife and three small children. His fourth child, a daughter, was born on July 20, 2010.
Rest easy Men , We have the watch from here!
- 177 days ago via site
#HONORING The #Life and memorie of a #Fallen #Hero Deputy Steven Parsons #OrangeCountySheriff's Department, CA
was mortally injured June 19, 2000 when a driver traveling 50 miles an hour ran a red light striking his police motorcycle and throwing him 60 feet through the air. He remained in a medically induced coma until June 24, 2000 when family members authorized doctors to remove him from life support. Deputy Parsons had served with the Orange County Sheriff’s Department for 11 years. stand easy Sir , You have never been forgotten, Have been kept deep within our #Hearts , We have the watch from here .. May God Bless His resting soul !
- 180 days ago via site
#HONORING ALL #FIRSTRESPONDERS We all go through time in our lives when we know we put our lives in risk to save the life's of other's in put our own at risk .
But those are the time when we do our jobs protecting those who need us in their time of need .
Their are other parts of being brae as we go through our life's . Different situations that put our life's at risk as we do what is right upon calling upon the Lord . Wither it is putting our life's again in danger to do what we have to do survive in the most dangerous situations .Such as being out side being day after day and week after week in the elements as we try to find what and who we need to to get the job done .
I commend those who go out on a regular basis to do this and have to disappear even from their family's fro long periods of time. Thank you for all that you do during those times of the storm that you go through to get the job done and you do it well . May Saint Micheal be with you always as you serve to protect the streets of the city doing what you love to do the best . When your strength is almost gone because you seem not to be able to pick your feet up . Keep up on going . Fight the good fight to get the evil and crime off the streets.
- 390 days ago via site