Utah Police Departments Express Condolences For Fallen Officer
OGDEN, Utah – Police departments across the state are expressing their appreciation and condolences for a fallen officer and his fellow officers from the Ogden Police Department. The officer was killed Thursday after responding to a domestic violence call.
Summit County Sheriffs shared their condolences, expressing, “All give some, some give all.”
Our hearts are heavy and our thoughts are with our friends @OGDEN_POLICE and the family of the fallen officer during this very difficult time. “All Give Some, Some Give All” #ThinBlueLine pic.twitter.com/OUIUb6PRXw
— Sheriff Justin (@SummitCountySO) May 28, 2020
Unified Police also shared a message of support to the officer’s family and the Ogden Police Department.
Today we mourn the loss of the @OGDEN_POLICE Officer killed in the line of duty this afternoon while responding on a domestic violence call. Our thoughts are with his family and the entire Ogden Police Department as they endure this difficult time. pic.twitter.com/sveofOe7RZ
— Unified Police Dept (@UPDSL) May 28, 2020
Provo Police offered condolences and prayers, using the hashtag #NeverForget
— Provo Police (@ProvoPolice) May 28, 2020
Some departments shared images of a covered badge, symbolic of mourning a fallen officer.
— SLC Police Dept. (@slcpd) May 28, 2020
Utah Highway Patrol tweeted that they would stand by the Ogden Police Department indefinitely.
There are no words that can comfort the grief of the family, friends, sisters & brothers of Ogden’s fallen officer at a time like this. UHP will stand…indefinitely as a support to them, as we honor the sacrifice one brave young officer made in the service of his community. pic.twitter.com/vSrNx96fpH
— Utah Highway Patrol (@UTHighwayPatrol) May 29, 2020
Weber State Police called the officers their brothers and sisters.
Our deepest sympathies go out to our Ogden Police Department brothers and sisters. We stand with them in this difficult time. pic.twitter.com/guQDDlChhY
— Weber State Police (@WeberStatePD) May 29, 2020
Riverton Police called the fallen officer a hero.
The Riverton Police Department and the citizens of Riverton stand with @OgdenCityUtah on this sad day as we mourn the loss of one of their heroes. Our thoughts and prayers are with the Ogden community and especially the family of the fallen @OGDEN_POLICE officer. pic.twitter.com/TEGDA3GdAq
— Riverton City (@RivertonUtahGov) May 29, 2020
We are honored to have taken part in the procession for the @OGDEN_POLICE officer who lost his life in the line of duty. Our thoughts are with the community, his colleagues, his family and his friends. May his sacrifice never be forgotten. pic.twitter.com/2j2qyUO1aR
— WVC Fire Department (@wvcfd) May 29, 2020
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