CHARGES DISMISSED: Montana Sheyenne — Monett, Missouri Police Department

Officer Montana Sheyenne of the Monett, Missouri Police Department was off-duty and returning from dinner with his wife. As they drove down their street, Montana saw the passenger from a pick-up truck hop out and smash the window of another car. As an officer, he felt a duty to get involved. Little did he know, that decision to step-up and protect his community would lead to life and career altering consequences.

By |2021-06-21T23:44:02+00:00April 1st, 2020|Case|0 Comments

Adam Lunn and James O’Brien – Boulder, Colorado Sheriff Deputies

Two sheriff’s deputies in Boulder, Colorado were transporting a man to a recovery center because he was apparently intoxicated. Little did they know their world was getting ready to be turned upside-down.

By |2021-11-29T19:27:49+00:00January 30th, 2020|Case|0 Comments

Devin Eaton – Hamden, CT Police Department

Officer Devin Eaton was responding to a reported robbery at a gas station involving a suspect armed with a gun. While responding, he saw the exact vehicle described driving away by the suspect. Before he knew it shots were fired and Eaton was faced with the ordeal of his life…

By |2020-06-04T02:13:21+00:00January 28th, 2020|Case|0 Comments

Aaron Dean – Fort Worth, TX Police Department

Officer Aaron Dean, Fort Worth, TX Police Department faces life in prison. He responded to a call for a door sitting wide-open at a home in the middle of the night. Tragically, when confronted with a gun pointed right at him, he was forced to shoot. Now, in response to public pressure, he is being prosecuted for murder.

By |2020-06-04T02:15:01+00:00January 22nd, 2020|Case|0 Comments

PARDON GRANTED: Stephanie Mohr, Prince George’s County Police Department, MD

Officer Stephanie Mohr was a young K-9 handler in September 1995 when she, her training officer and her K-9 responded to a call for backup after officers from a neighboring jurisdiction encountered a suspected business burglary in progress. Officer Mohr, working for the Prince George’s County . . .

By |2021-01-30T01:54:08+00:00January 5th, 2020|Case|0 Comments
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