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Friday, August 7, 2015


Officer Henwood’s name and the names of all law enforcement heroes who paid the ultimate price to protect our communities are etched on marble berms along the pathways of the National Law Enforcement Officers Memorial in Washington DC.   
Pictured: Phyllis A. Shess, a retired DA trial prosecutor visited the memorial recently.

GUEST BLOG—By David Felkins, San Diego Police Department.

SAN DIEGO--Everyone is invited to celebrate and remember a community hero, Officer Jeremy Henwood. We will be remembering him Friday, August 7th, 2015 at 10 am) with a ceremony at Jeremy Henwood Park, 3700 Fairmount Avenue, across the street from the Mid-City Division Police Station.

Everyone will be welcome and it is a great way to show Jeremy’s parents and family, who are coming from Texas, how much we appreciate his sacrifice and service to our community.

On August 7th, 2011, Officer Jeremy Henwood lost his life serving City Heights. Jeremy had stopped at the McDonald’s at 3879 Fairmount Avenue where everyone remembers he purchased a young boy some cookies.

If you can’t make the ceremony, officers will be having a fundraiser in honor of Jeremy Henwood at the McDonalds from 7:00 am to 7:00 pm.

Bring the kids and let them check out our SWAT Vehicle and police cars. All the proceeds will be going to support the Widows & Orphans Fund.

Please if you have time stop by. Mid-City Division Officers cannot thank the community of City Heights, City Heights McDonalds and Phil Palumbo for supporting our fundraiser for four years.

David Felkins, SDPD

Washington DC

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