Transcript for Community honors fallen Ohio officer
Tears hugs prayer it is a group of people who both know officer dia and those who don't but everybody united honoring the fallen officer. The officer's wife and sons were also there along with his mother in law it's a big loss in the field woods. He's a great day at a very hose didn't treat foundered since. It's a big loss. But yeah this force been wonderful. The outpouring of wonderful. Most of the service was silent people quietly focused on their personal thoughts. One woman though did speak while several in the group held hands it was a very touching moment. What county state representative barrage Dunbar a spent several hours here officer dia is a native of his district hopefully. You know people take that times. To reflect on this young man and and and the impact that. He made in such a short time that he had with us before portly. What will his legacy be going forward you know it is incumbent upon all of us that we never let his name be forgotten. He's been through two police academies. Went through Owens were to lineman them once in this one. He's my daughter doesn't have to work she does PTAs so full of kids and I mean has days off his they're wrestling coach cheese he has met setup works flip them and gays just all around great guy down the street this fourth of July celebration takes on any deal. He changes Brian Martin replaced his house lights would you lose faults. And put blue ribbons around trees in his. I'm ready to retirement and blue. So let's I think this for the bosnians. Pattern our service men especially Toledo police department.
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