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Congressman LaMalfa Honors Fallen Law Enforcement Officers

(Washington, D.C.) – Today, Congressman Doug LaMalfa (R – Richvale) honored six fallen law enforcement officers from Northern California in recognition of National Police Week. Members of the House Republicans met at the National Law Enforcement Officers Memorial this morning to lay wreaths in honor of officers from their district who died in the line of duty. Congressman LaMalfa paid his respects to the following law enforcement officers:

Detective Michael D. Davis Jr.

Placer County Sheriff’s Office

End of Watch 10/24/2014

Deputy Danny Oliver

Sacramento County Sheriff’s Office

End of Watch 10/24/2014

Officer Nathan Daniel Taylor

California Highway Patrol

End of Watch 3/13/2016

Officer Matt Redding

Rocklin Police Department

End of Watch 10/9/2005

Deputy Jack Hopkins

Modoc County Sheriff’s Office

End of Watch 10/19/2016

Officer David Frank Mobilio

Red Bluff Police Department

End of watch 11/19/2002

Law enforcement officers risk their lives to protect civilians and preserve law and order despite rising crime and this Administrations’ soft-on-crime policies. The hard work and dedication of all men and women who wear the badge so often goes unappreciated, especially in today’s culture. I pray for all the families who lost a loved one in the line of duty, and today I remind everyone to do the same. These valiant officers’ sacrifices were not in vain, our towns are that much safter thanks to their commitment to public safety,” said Congressman LaMalfa.

A memorial wreath with the names of fallen officers.

Congressman Doug LaMalfa is a lifelong farmer representing California’s First Congressional District, including Butte, Glenn, Lassen, Modoc, Nevada, Placer, Plumas, Shasta, Sierra, Siskiyou and Tehama Counties.


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