T-shirt sales to help officer's family see national memorial in D.C.

Officer Rod Bradway was a Nappanee native. He was shot and killed back in September when responding to a call.

Image of t-shirt design from WTHR

Indianapolis, Ind. You can help the family of a Nappanee native, who was killed in the line of duty; see the National Law Enforcement Memorial in Washington, D.C.

Indianapolis officer Rod Bradway was shot to death back in September while trying to save a woman and her baby held hostage at gun point. Hundreds of fellow officers and first responders showed up to remember their fallen brother, including a bus full of Michiana residents.

Officer Bradway left behind a wife and two teenage children.

According to our affiliate in Indianapolis, WTHR, t-shirts on sale now will raise money to help his family go see the national memorial in May. They cost $15 and are being sold through the FOP lodge #86 in Indianapolis. You can call 317-637-1195 for more information.


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