Cops, neighborhood come collectively as fallen Independence officer laid to relaxation

Police officers, community come together as fallen Independence officer laid to rest

2021-09-27 00:25:28

FROMLL A OVER THE AREA AND OUT OF STATE GATHERED AT COMMUNITY OF CHRIST AUDI HISTORICALLY LAW ENFORCEMENTS ALWAYS GOT EACH OTHER’S BACK, YOU KNOWN TIME OF NEED AND AND YOU KNOW ON CALLS FOR SERVICE OR WHATEVER IT MAY BE. THAT BROTHER AND SISTERHOOD DISPLAYED IN A PROCESSION THAT STRETCHED FOR BLOCKS. STNGOPPI IN FNTRO OF INDEPENDENCE POLICE DEPARTMENT TO GIVE A MOMENT O SILENCE TO THIS YOUNG VIBRANT POLICE OFFICER WHO DIED JUST FEA W MONTHS. AFTER HIS 22ND BIRTHDAY. A SOMBER DAY THAT CARRIES A HEAVY REMINDER. BEHIND EVERY BADGE IS A HUMAN BEING WE’RE ALL GOOD PEOPLE. IN BLUE THE BROTHERS AND SISTERS IN BLUE. WE’RE OUT THERE TO DO THE RIGHT THING THE RHTIG TIME FOR THE RIGHT REASONS THE LAST STRCHET OFFICER MADRID EVANS JOURNEY A LAST CHAENC FOR THAT FINAL FAREWELL AT MOUNT, WASHINGTON. CEMETERY BIG. THANK YOU. HEY BIG HUG, TOO. GREAT BIG. THANKS.

Cops, neighborhood come collectively as fallen Independence officer laid to relaxation

Blaize Madrid-Evans, 22, was killed within the line of responsibility on Sept. 15

Cops from across the nation and within the Kansas Metropolis metro gathered Friday for the funeral service for Independence police Officer Blaize Madrid-Evans.Madrid-Evans, 22, joined the Independence Police Division in July. Previous to starting his coaching on the Kansas Metropolis Regional Police Academy, he was an EMT for American Medical Response.He was shot and killed final week as he and his associate checked out a tip {that a} needed man was within an Independence home. That man burst out of that home and opened fireplace on the 2 officers, wounding Madrid-Evans. The opposite officer returned fireplace and killed that man. Madrid-Evans died later that evening.Legislation enforcement officers from all around the space and out of state gathered on the Group of Christ Auditorium Friday for the funeral.”Traditionally, regulation enforcement has obtained one another’s again in time of want, on requires service or no matter it possibly,” mentioned Officer Jack Taylor, public data officer for Independence police.That brother and sisterhood was displayed in a procession that stretched for blocks, stopping in entrance of the Independence Police Division for a second of silence to the younger, vibrant police officer who died just some months after his twenty second birthday.It was a somber day that carried a heavy reminder that behind each badge is a human being.”We’re all good individuals in blue. We’re all sisters and brothers in blue and we’re all on the market doing the correct factor, on the proper time for the correct causes,” one officer mentioned.As a nod to his service as an EMT, Madrid-Evans’ physique was carried in an AMR ambulance in the course of the processional to Mount Washington Cemetery.Individuals lined the path to the cemetery to view the motorcade and pay their respects to Madrid-Evans for his service.

Cops from across the nation and within the Kansas Metropolis metro gathered Friday for the funeral service for Independence police Officer Blaize Madrid-Evans.

Madrid-Evans, 22, joined the Independence Police Division in July. Previous to starting his coaching on the Kansas Metropolis Regional Police Academy, he was an EMT for American Medical Response.

He was shot and killed final week as he and his associate checked out a tip {that a} needed man was within an Independence home. That man burst out of that home and opened fireplace on the 2 officers, wounding Madrid-Evans. The opposite officer returned fireplace and killed that man. Madrid-Evans died later that evening.

Legislation enforcement officers from all around the space and out of state gathered on the Group of Christ Auditorium Friday for the funeral.

“Traditionally, regulation enforcement has obtained one another’s again in time of want, on requires service or no matter it possibly,” mentioned Officer Jack Taylor, public data officer for Independence police.

That brother and sisterhood was displayed in a procession that stretched for blocks, stopping in entrance of the Independence Police Division for a second of silence to the younger, vibrant police officer who died just some months after his twenty second birthday.

It was a somber day that carried a heavy reminder that behind each badge is a human being.

“We’re all good individuals in blue. We’re all sisters and brothers in blue and we’re all on the market doing the correct factor, on the proper time for the correct causes,” one officer mentioned.

As a nod to his service as an EMT, Madrid-Evans’ physique was carried in an AMR ambulance in the course of the processional to Mount Washington Cemetery.

Individuals lined the path to the cemetery to view the motorcade and pay their respects to Madrid-Evans for his service.

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