Two Indiana police officers killed in...

Two Indiana police officers killed in the line of duty this weekend

There are 7 comments on the WSJV-TV South Bend story from Jul 6, 2014, titled Two Indiana police officers killed in the line of duty this weekend. In it, WSJV-TV South Bend reports that:

A deadly night for Indiana police officers. Two officers were killed in the line of duty, within 24 hours.

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David Kirby

Chicago, IL

#1 Jul 6, 2014
As a former law enforcement Officer and now working for a Local Security Company; I am on the streets of Indy nightly. I patrol the apartment complexes in which many of you live. I can tell you its hard for the Police to do their job without the citizen coming forward. You half to take responsibility for your neighborhoods. You got to say enough is enough. If you want change then it has to start with you. Officer Renn had a family, he went to work to protect you, just like many others do everyday. When you need help they show up, without hesitation to come to your rescue. My heart and prayers go out to his family and the IMPD family. Let's not let Officer Renn's death go in vane. Help them, help us, help you. To the Officers of IMPD keep vigilant, adapt, improvise, and overcome.......stay strong my brothers and sisters in blue
VeryTrue

Indianapolis, IN

#2 Jul 6, 2014
David Kirby wrote:
As a former law enforcement Officer and now working for a Local Security Company; I am on the streets of Indy nightly. I patrol the apartment complexes in which many of you live. I can tell you its hard for the Police to do their job without the citizen coming forward. You half to take responsibility for your neighborhoods. You got to say enough is enough. If you want change then it has to start with you. Officer Renn had a family, he went to work to protect you, just like many others do everyday. When you need help they show up, without hesitation to come to your rescue. My heart and prayers go out to his family and the IMPD family. Let's not let Officer Renn's death go in vane. Help them, help us, help you. To the Officers of IMPD keep vigilant, adapt, improvise, and overcome.......stay strong my brothers and sisters in blue
Well when you've got family members allowing drug abusers, wife abusers and habitual traffic offenders move in and then continually make excuses for these scumbags, this is what happens. The neighborhood becomes an immediate danger zone.

Then when witnesses do come forward and try to give testimony to get these criminals locked up, the families come after them. Intimidation, fear and lies.

Juniors grandmother -again- blames the police for a death of the family member.

Families - STOP SUPPORTING DISGUSTING CRIMINAL FAMILY MEMBERS. Change starts with YOU!
Uhhhhhhh

Fishers, IN

#3 Jul 6, 2014
Juniors grandmother is whats wrong with most criminal families.."He had problems with IPD and was scarred for life, you don't know what we know"

Well he had problems with IPD because he was a gangster piece of s*it who first responders should have let die at the scene.

Grandma, you need to get a clue
Alonzo

Paris, France

#4 Jul 6, 2014
Wonder how many people these cops bullied or ruined their lives.

Karma is tough.
The Ultimate Kaptoz

Indianapolis, IN

#5 Jul 7, 2014
Yes but the same police force also has to respect those in those neighborhoods, I have seen many many times officers barge into homes without proper search warrants and use probable cause as a reason to enter a home. I have seen officers rough up citizens who even try to speak or others who try to offer input on a situation .I have seen most the police force sit around in restaurants waiting for a police call instead of actually patrolling for crime. why aren't they on foot in those neighborhoods actually getting to know those who live there.having a community park event isn't enough to get in tune with the people. You have to lead by example, In recet years many cops have been busted for drinking on the job. What kind of example is that?Or speeding down the streets and highways not even on an emergency call. Or more recent a cop killed going to the scene of an accident not wearing a seat belt His superior said often they don;t wear them so they can leap out of the car more4 quickly Imagine if the citizens used that excuse, Their ticket for not wearing a seat belt would be tripled and they would be jailed.I normally wouldn't agree with Alonzo, But it's true to a point about Karma. I would also say to Alonzo, Who would you trust to police your neighborhood that is black.I myself have been pulled over and treated with disrespect by male and female officers.I blame liberal judges and lawyers for why this black thug was out of jail over and over.I do believe the police had an indirect part of this by the son of a man who was roughed up by the cops over a midnight barbecue Then you have got to ask who called the police to bust up his midnight barbecue in an all black neighborhood he lived in Alonzo.I'm sure his mother and other family members knew how he hated white people and white cops, They saw his rage of losing his father, They knew in time he would seek revenge They dd nothing to educate him toward a more civil avenue . He could had sought a civil suit case against IMPD when he turned 18. The family could had done that.

“Come and get it! ”

Since: Jan 09

Traverse City

#6 Jul 11, 2014
Screw this dirtbag and his whole ignorant, dirtbag family.
Black Princess

Indianapolis, IN

#7 Jul 11, 2014
David Kirby wrote:
As a former law enforcement Officer and now working for a Local Security Company; I am on the streets of Indy nightly. I patrol the apartment complexes in which many of you live. I can tell you its hard for the Police to do their job without the citizen coming forward. You half to take responsibility for your neighborhoods. You got to say enough is enough. If you want change then it has to start with you. Officer Renn had a family, he went to work to protect you, just like many others do everyday. When you need help they show up, without hesitation to come to your rescue. My heart and prayers go out to his family and the IMPD family. Let's not let Officer Renn's death go in vane. Help them, help us, help you. To the Officers of IMPD keep vigilant, adapt, improvise, and overcome.......stay strong my brothers and sisters in blue
Thank you officer Kirby for all you have and still do via police department or security, you still protect and serve. I promise you as a citzen of the city I love I will do my part. My SALUTE to ALL public service workers.Thank you

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