I had the honor of sitting next to Geoff Dean, Ventura County Sheriff (retired). If you heard or know of the Thousand Oaks mass shooting at Borderline Bar & Grill at the end of 2018, you’ve heard of Sheriff Geoff Dean. If not, Google him. He is now officially retired after 41 years in law enforcement. #hero newspaper 👮🏻
I just decided to make these. I saw that yet ANOTHER #PoliceOfficer has been killed in the #lineofduty. When will it stop. I should not have to post 9 pictures of slain #Officer not even 1 month in to 2019. When did we as #Americans come to this? When did we Americans start standing up for the criminals, instead of against the criminals? When did we as Americans, turn our back on #Police#Officers and record them with our phones when they are getting taken down. Instead of jumping in to help? When did we as Americans judge the men and women who put their lives on the line everyday. Start to judge every decision these men and women have to make? We as Americans need to get our priorities straight and start having our #LawEnforcments Six. If it was you in their shoes, you would not think the same way.
⚫️🔵🙏🏻🇺🇸🙏🏻🔵⚫️ MOBILE, Ala. (WALA) - A Mobile Police officer was killed while trying to arrest a suspect in West Mobile Sunday afternoon.
Mobile Police Chief Lawrence Battiste said Officer Sean Tuder was shot at the Peach Place Inn on Leroy Stevens Road around 3 p.m.
Chief Battiste said Tuder was with a group of officers attempting to arrest Marco Perez. Battiste said he did not know if Perez fired the shot that killed Officer Tuder, but Perez has been taken into custody.
Officer Tuder joined the Mobile Police Department in March of 2016 and was named Officer of the Month in August of 2017.
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