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Congressman Mike Rogers Says Thank You To Local Law Enforcement Officers

(WASHINGTON, DC)—Congressman Mike Rogers made the following statement today recognizing National Police Week this week. This year, May 13th – 19th is the designated week of recognition. “Every single day, brave men and women protect us and keep us safe across East Alabama and the country.

These law enforcement officers put their lives at risk daily to help ensure the safety and security of our communities,” Rogers said. Since Rogers began his service in Congress in 2003, according to the Officer Down Memorial Page (ODMP), East Alabama has lost the follow law enforcement officers: Officer Keith Edwin Houts, Lieutenant Dexter Holcomb, Detective Corporal Kenneth Armstrong, Police Officer Kenneth “Greg” Surles, Correctional Officer Elizabeth Franklin, Conservation Officer Nathan Benjamin Mims, Correctional Officer Rodney Kelley, Trooper Ervin Michael Hawk Johnston, II, Police Officer Joshuah Patrick Broadway, Inspector David Howell Jennings, Conservation Officer James Lansford “Lance” Horner, Jr., Deputy Sheriff James W. Anderson, Police Officer Justin David Sollohub, Sergeant Daniel Verle Davis, Investigator Jeffrey Hugh Bryant, Police Officer David Lee Colley, Correctional Officer Kenneth Levella Bettis and Lieutenant Richard Glenn Woods. “We will never forget those who have paid the ultimate sacrifice and have served their local communities.

Today and every day, we salute our local law enforcement,” Rogers added.

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Joey Weaver

Joey Weaver has worked for WEIS Radio in Centre as the Assistant News Director since 2008 covering news in Northeast Alabama and Northwest Georgia.

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