WASHINGTON D.C. – The republic will postponement this week to respect law coercion officers mislaid in a line of duty, including depressed IMPD Officer Rod Bradway.
His name was recently combined to a National Law Enforcement Officers Memorial. A candlelight burial will be hold during a commemorative Tuesday dusk to dedicate all a names combined over a past year.
FOX59’s Liz Gelardi will be during a vigil. She trafficked to Washington D.C. to cover National Police Week. Bradway will be respected during a candlelight burial and during a spray laying rite during a U.S. Capitol. Count on FOX59 for finish coverage of a commemorative services.
Bradway’s widow, Jamie, is in a nation’s collateral along with their dual children, Sierra and Jonathan. A fortuitous of IMPD officers also done a outing to uncover their support. The Fraternal Order of Police Lodge 86 lonesome all a losses to send a Bradway family to Washington D.C.
The events during National Police Week foster recovering for a survivors of those who paid a ultimate sacrifice. Jamie Bradway will have a possibility to attended conversing sessions and accommodate with other family members who mislaid desired ones in a line of duty.
Officer Bradway was killed in a line of avocation during a early morning hours of Sep 20, 2013. He listened a screams of a lady who was being hold warrant with a child in a northwest side apartment. Authorities contend Bradway was ambushed by 24-year-old Steven Byrdo as he rushed in to a unit to save a woman. Bradway was means to lapse fire, fatally wounding Byrdo and expected saving another officer who responded to a call for backup.
Bradway’s name was engraved on a wall of a National Law Enforcement Officers Memorial. His name was combined along with 100 officers who were killed in a line of avocation during 2013. Family and friends of Bradway have been asked to wear special t-shirts to respect him during a vigil.