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Cop Wounded by Dorner Makes First Public Appearance

April 01, 2013  | 

Photo courtesy of Riverside PD.
Photo courtesy of Riverside PD.

The Riverside (Calif.) Police officer wounded by Chris Dorner and the widow of his slain partner met for the first time, as the two attended a Friday fund-raiser.

Officer Andrew Tachias met Regina Crain, the wife of Officer Michael Crain, at an event raising funds to aid their recoveries. The officer was wearing medical devices on his hands and forearms. Crain said he isn't ready to speak with reporters.

"I wanted to make sure he knows there's nothing he could have done," Crain told the Press Enterprise. "I think he's like all of us. It's ups and downs. One minute you're fine and the next you are in a hole."

Tags: Riverside (Calif.) PD, Families of Officers, Chris Dorner


Comments (3)

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Trigger @ 4/2/2013 6:47 AM

Officer Tachias I pray that you heal both physically and emotionally from this tragic event. Thank you for your service.

TERRY F. ZECH @ 4/3/2013 6:14 AM

Hang in there Officer Tachias. It is very difficult to witness a partner killed. It takes time to heal and you will. Stay safe and strong brother.

Jim Retired LAPD @ 4/3/2013 9:56 AM

Officer Andrew Tachias I wish a speedy recovery for you and please let the law enforcement community know if you need anything in the future. God Bless you and your family and the family of Michael Crain.

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