Cops in Cleveland ride in the pouring rain to remember their fallen fellow officers
CLEVELAND, OH. (BIKER DAD)– Cops in Cleveland ride in the pouring rain to remember their fallen fellow officers. The annual COPS RIDE drew a large crowd of bikers despite the less-than-perfect conditions. You can see the video from Fox 8 in the player above.
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The ride started at the local police officers memorial. Police escorted the riders to the Harley-Davidson dealership. “The purpose of this RIDE is to express our support for law enforcement and the many challenges they are facing giving the negative media attacks due to the acts of a few officers,” a post on the event’s Facebook page read. “Its message is simple but its impact on our fellow law enforcement officers is important..
Ohio lost four officers in 2020:
Police Officer Kaia Lafay Grant; EOW 3/21/20
Police Officer Anthony H Dia; EOW 7/4/20
Detective James Skernivitz; EOW 9/3/20
Corporal Adam McMillan; EOW 10/23/20