Another movement is underway to keep Officer John David Dryer’s memory alive.
The Western Pennsylvania Police Benevolent Foundation, the East Washington Police Department and the Autism Center of Pittsburgh have announced the release of Officer John David Dryer Memorial t-shirts.
Area police and the Pittsburgh Penguins will be collecting donations to benefit the family of a fallen officer in Washington County.
A funeral service is being held today for the East Washington police officer who was shot and killed last weekend in the line of duty.
Visitation continues today in Washington County for slain East Washington Police Officer John David Dryer.
Since the death of Officer John Dryer earlier this week, there has been an outpouring of support for his family. A single comment on Facebook began a movement to keep Officer Dryer’s legacy alive.
PITTSBURGH (KDKA) — It has been just over a month since Lower Burrell Police Officer Derek Kotecki was shot and killed in the line of duty. Now, fellow officers and friends are helping to honor […]
It has been just over a month since Lower Burrell Police Officer Derek Kotecki was shot and killed in the line of duty. Now, fellow officers and friends are helping to honor the fallen officer and to raise money for the family he left behind.
It is a difficult day for a local community and the police force as Lower Burrell Police Officer Derek Kotecki was laid to rest.
Community members lined the streets to grieve the loss of Officer Derek Kotecki Monday morning.
It was a sad and moving moment in Lower Burrell Sunday night as the widow and children of a fallen police officer thanked people gathered for a candlelight vigil held in his memory. Officer Derek Kotecki will be laid to rest Monday morning following a funeral mass, but Sunday there was a less formal gathering to honor the slain officer.
The funeral for Lower Burrell Police Officer Derek Kotecki will be held Monday morning and there will be road closures in the area.
It is a solemn weekend in Westmoreland County as family, friends, community members and police officers from across the area are remembering an officer killed in the line of duty.
Family, friends and community members gathered at Osceola Park in Bloomfield today for an annual street hockey tournament to honor a fallen hero.