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2 off-duty police officers in Wisconsin to be killed in 24 hours

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Two off-duty police officer in Wisconsin and died within a 24-hour span — after his car was hit by a driver with a history of drunk driving, and the other when he came in of an armed robbery, and attempted to take the suspect in.

Racine Officer-John to the Country, saw a robbery in progress at a tavern on a Monday night, and jumped up on the bar, and the address of the suspect, that fatally shot him that the local Fox affiliate reported. Local news reports said a search was underway for the shooter.

John’s Country was shot and killed while intervening in an armed robbery while off duty at 9:40 am Officer in the Country and had served with the Racine Police Department for 24 years.

“He went behind the counter and demanded money, and took a gun,” Kenosha County Sheriff David Beth said of the shooter.

The country was a 24-year veteran of the department, according to a local Fox affiliate station. He had a son and a daughter.

AN ARREST IN THE COLD CASE MURDER OF A 43 COUPLE OF YEARS AGO, THE SHOCK OF WISCONSIN, IN THE TOWN OF

The next morning, the new york Police department Officer in the Cold to Her car and was hit by a driver who was traveling at a high speed, and blew through a red light.

Cold to Her, the new york officer to be killed in a crash while off-duty. (Milwaukee Police Department)

She had been with the department for two years. Witnesses of the crash gave police information that helped them make an arrest.

She is also survived by six brothers, two sisters and his parents.

“It is needless, because they have made a choice,” Milwaukee Alderman, to Wait on Johnson, told the Fox affiliate. “Someone has made a choice, a choice to drive through a red light, and the life of a civil servant.

“As a public official, you went. I have nothing but respect and sympathy to the Officer, Her Officer and Her family.”

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Police said the driver, who was not named, had four drunk driving convictions in the state. He was on probation for a 2017 drunk driving incident, the affiliate reported..

A $20,000 reward from the FBI and $5,000 for the compensation of a company are to be offered for information which leads to the Country of the shooter’s arrest and conviction

“Anyone who knew the Officer, the Country are thinking is absolutely good for him,” said Robert Duthie, a chaplain.

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