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Wednesday, 20 July 2016 17:41

Flowers Left at Turlock Police Station Honoring Fallen Officers

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Flowers arrived at the police department to honor the fallen and thank Law Enforcement for their service. Flowers arrived at the police department to honor the fallen and thank Law Enforcement for their service. Eric Escalante

TURLOCK - In light of recent tragic events involving Law Enforcement Officers, Turlock Police has been receiving an abundance of “thank you’s” in the form of flowers and other gifts.

Just outside the police department, a vase of flowers was dropped off along with a frame containing a list of fallen officers in Baton Rouge, Louisiana and Dallas, Texas in order to commemorate the officers as well as thank TPD for their hard work and dedication.

This list of names included Officer Brent Thompson of Dallas Area Rapid Transit, along with Sergeant Michael Smith and Officers Lorne Akrens, Michael Krol, and Patrick Zamarripa of Dallas Police Department, all killed on July 7 in the Dallas attack against Police.

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Other names included Officers Matthew Gerald and Montrell Jackson of Baton Rouge Police Department, along with Deputy Brad Garafola of East Baton Rouge Sheriff Department, all killed on July 17 in the Baton Rouge attack against Police.

Other acts of kindness directed at thanking Turlock Police for their hardwork and dedication included gifts such as cases of water, cookies, donuts, and many other sweet treats when the Dallas shootings occurred.

Turlock Police Department took to Facebook to thank everyone for the overwhelming support.

“Every member of our department, especially these swing shift officers pictured wanted to say THANK YOU! We cannot thank everyone enough for all of the amazing support that we have been receiving lately,” Turlock Police Department shared in a Facebook post.

Some donors have wished to remain anonymous, but TPD thanks all contributors for the extra love and support. 

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