San Antonio PD Starts Fund for Critically Wounded Officer
December 12, 2013
The San Antonio Police Department has established a fund for Officer Bobby Deckard, who police said was shot in the head Sunday by armed robbery suspects he was pursuing, the San Antonio Express-News reports.
Deckard, a seven-year veteran of the force, remains in critical but stable condition at the San Antonio Military Medical Center. The police department Thursday morning reported no change in his condition.
Generations Federal Credit Union is administering the fund, named the Robert Deckard Fund.
For those wishing to make donations, the account number is 1523447 and the phone number is 210-229-1800. Credit card donations can be made through http://info.mygenfcu.org/deckard-benefit-account/.
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gp cobb @ 12/12/2013 9:49 PM
Did you read your headline on main page? "Wounder Officer"? My God........ what journalism.
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