Atlantic County Prosecutor Damon G. Tyner and the ACPO staff offer their thoughts and prayers to the family, fellow officers and friends of Mobile Alabama Police Officer Sean Tuder who was shot and killed as he and several other officers attempted to serve an arrest warrant at an apartment complex Sunday afternoon.
The wanted subject had local and federal warrants for several charges. During the previous week, he had faked his own abduction in order to avoid reporting to jail.
Shots were fired as officers attempted to take the man into custody and Officer Tuder was fatally wounded. The subject was taken into custody at the scene.
Officer Tuder had served with the Mobile Police Department for three years. He had previously been recognized as Officer of the Month. Thank you for your service and sacrifice, Officer Tudor, gone, but never forgotten.
This is Sean Tuder. He was killed in the line of duty earlier today. He is the second police officer in Alabama to be killed in the line of duty this year. We always hear about people getting killed by cops, but the media fails to recognize that police officers are killed also. Stay safe out there fellas. #police#endofwatch#bluelivesmatter#alabama#mobile#inmemory
Mobile, AL - Officer Sean Tuder was fatally wounded today while on duty.
Shortly after 4 pm CST, an incident occurred while officers attempted to execute an arrest warrant for a suspect who had been on the run.
Tudor is the second AL police officer killed in just 7 days. Birmingham Police Sgt. WyTasha Carter was laid to rest yesterday.
This is a developing story. #EndofWatch#Alabama#politicalscience#socialjustice#politicaljustice#prettypettypolitics 💞💙🎧
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Flying home right now we have a Green Beret, a SEAL, a Ranger, and two other incredible special operations selfless servant’s who gave their life for this country.
We have lost 7 Police Officers in the past 2 weeks.
I don’t care about a #BuzzFeed story or a kid and a Native American guy having a face-off.
We need to get our priorities straight.
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#repost 🥺❣️Two years ago today we lost your beautiful soul as you continued to protect and serve. Two years ago you had just turned 26 years old. Two years ago I got the text you had been killed trying to save another persons life while on your way home to your own beautiful family. I’ll never forget that day. Today my heart still hurts that you were taken from us so soon and for your beautiful wife and children who are left behind. I’ve continued to watch the community take care of them as I believe you would have. Although I have a heavy heart today my memories are filled with al the time I worked with you in The Marines and our fun filled days in Afghan with Kara 💕 We were a trio who could not be reckoned with. Afghanistan would have not been the same without our chow hall and laundry days. God bless your soul Louvie. Rest In Peace and please keep guarding the gates watching over us all. Until Valhalla bro. #endofwatch#louvierelove#westwegopolice#Deploymentfamily#RIP
We are now just now under 3 weeks away from our very first 1st Annual Fallen Hero Workout to commemorate the life of Officer Amy Caprio #5785
As an update there have been over $2,300 collected in donations just from t-shirt orders! A very big thank you to @leocivvies and everyone that has purchased a shirt! They are still up for grabs and the link is in our bio!
Officer Caprio is one of the 144 heroes that made the ultimate sacrifice on May 21st 2018. This event is not about us or anything other than showing respect for someone that made that ultimate sacrifice to keep her community safe.
*DO NOT FORGET TO REGISTER! THIS IS A FREE EVENT. REGISTRATION LINK IS IN OUR BIO!**
See you there!
"Somebody killed a policeman today, and a part of America died. A piece of our country she swore to protect will be buried with her at her side.
Yes somebody killed a policeman today, it could happen in your town or mine. While we were sleeping behind our locked doors, a cop put her life on the line.
Now her ghost walks a beat on a dark city street, and she stands at each rookies side. She answered the call and gave it her all, and a part of America died." There were only 5 short months between Natalie's happy police academy graduation and her heartbreaking funeral. Who could have ever imagined this outcome?! This is the sad reality that too many families face when a loved one chooses such a noble, dangerous profession. I wish more people appreciated the risks and respected the courage it takes to keep our communities safe. To my friends and family in law enforcement, you're the bravest guys I know and I pray for your safety every single day. Rest in peace, brave Natalie. #endofwatch#davis#thinblueline#trueblue#hero#bluelivesmatter#police#sacrifice#nataliecorona#lawenforcement
Thousands of officers from around the country came to show support yesterday for Natalie Corona. Emotional and sobering day.
People have told me in the past. "It's just a flag"
The same flag men have died carrying in battle.
The same flag that's in our national anthem.
The same flag that let's returning POWs know that they are free again.
The same flag that draped the casket of all those who fall in the line of duty Military or LEO
There's a reason why we stand because it's not for ourselves but for those who gave more than was asked.
Having done a few funeral details I can say it's not just a Flag. It's the last memory of you that your loved ones will ever receive. The moment the next of kin received the flag is always heartbreaking.
If you think it's "just a flag" you're probably a POS.
Rest easy Officer Singh
🇺🇲🇺🇲🇺🇲 FREEDOM ISNT FREE
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🚨 MALE CHARGES COP WITH KNIFE 🚨 Folwell, MN—On Friday, 11.09.2018, Officers Ryan Keyes and Neal Walsh responded to a wellness check called in by the girlfriend of 36-year-old Travis Jordan who told her he was about to commit suicide inside the residence of 3731 Morgan Ave N. Upon arrival, Jordan didn’t respond to their door knocking. Keyes walked to the back of the house and saw Jordan through a kitchen window. Keyes gestured for Jordan to come to the front door, but didn’t comply. Jordan opened a window at one point, swore at Keyes then slammed it shut. Jordan continued to swear and was slurring his speech. Both officers went back to the front door and contacted their sergeant who denied them permission to force their way into the home. Jordan entered the porch, holding a 13.5” Chefmate knife with an 8.25” blade in his right hand. Both officers drew their guns before Jordan opened the front porch door. Both officers repeatedly told Jordan to drop the knife, while Jordan repeatedly screamed “Let’s do it! Come on!” Walsh told Jordan at one point, “Nope, I do not want to do this. Put the knife down and we’ll come out and talk.” Jordan then stepped out of the home towards the officers. Walsh backed away to the curb, while Keyes stepped back several feet across the yard. As Jordan continued to yell and approach the officers, Keyes fired one shot, which hit a tree. Walsh then fired eight shots at Jordan, three of which strike him. Jordan was rushed to North Memorial Health, where he was pronounced dead. Jordan left a note on top of the first page of a notebook that read, “Paul I’m so sorry this happened at your house.” Hennepin County Attorney Michael Freeman said evidence showed that Jordan posed a “deadly threat” to the officers. “Officers Walsh and Keyes’ use of deadly force was objectively reasonable in the face of the danger of death or great bodily harm and no criminal charges could or should be made,” Freeman said.