Maricopa County Sheriff Gives Family Survivors $64K
January 31, 2012
The Maricopa County (Ariz.) Sheriff's Office has given the family of a deputy killed responding to a burglary call a check for $64,000, reports KTAR.
Deputy William Coleman, a 20-year veteran, was fatally shot Jan. 8 by Drew Maras, while investigating a robbery at a health-care facility. Earlier in the day, Maras shot a New Hampshire couple near Sedona. Maras was killed in the shootout with deputies.
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[email protected] @ 1/31/2012 7:12 PM
Wait for it...some sheep headed dimwit will find some reason to spin this into a terrible waste of department dollars. May Officer Colemans family & friends be comforted knowing that all of us feel this loss.
Dustin @ 1/31/2012 11:13 PM
Thank you Maricopa County for again being pioneers. In this day of PC overboard you helped a family who lost someone who helped all. RIP Officer. May this money be put to good use for the good guys...for once.
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