Family, Friends & Fellow Officers Remember...

Police Officer Michael R. King

Albuquerque Police Department, New Mexico

End of Watch Thursday, August 18, 2005

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Reflections for Police Officer Michael R. King

Two more heroes lost in a war that is fought daily on the streets of our country. How many more must fall needlessly? God Bless Officer King's family. Officer King may you rest in peace and watch over your brothers in blue. You and your family will be in our hearts and prayers. You will not be forgotten.

Wife of a LEO

August 19, 2005

Words cannot express my families sympathy to the family,friends, and fellow officers of both fallen officers. Know they died heroes and they will forever be honored as brave men who gave their lives for their community without hesitation. God bless them, they forever will be honored by their brothers and sisters who took an oath to protect and serve. We will never forget them. Though I never knew them I know why they chose to be police officers. Rest in peace, you have left us in body, but you will forever be in our hearts. Thank you for your sacrifice. You will never be forgotten!

Independence Police Officer
Independence Mo. Police Department

August 19, 2005

Your lifelong service to making our community a safer place will be forever remembered. Your sacrifice is not in vain. Thank you for all you are. Peace to you and your family.


August 19, 2005

Mike, I wish you peace. I will keep you and your family in my thoughts and prayers. Your heroism will not be forgotten. I wil be forever greatful for all you have taught me over the years.......

Sgt. Cliff Saylor
Albuquerque Police Dept.

August 19, 2005

No comforting words can make this tragedy any easier. God bless you for the job that you did and god bless your family during this tragic time.

Detective Doug Sullivan
Fresno County Sheriff's Dept.

August 19, 2005

These tragedies never seem to end. Two more brothers have fallen doing what they loved. My prayers go out to the officers, their families, and co-workers. May each of you rest in peace and enjoy your beat on heavens streets.

Former officer

August 19, 2005

On behalf of the members of the Sutherlin Police Department, I send to you, our heartfelt condolences and prayers in your time of sadness. May your fallen officer’s legacy live on in the memories of his friends and family. Rest now brother, after a job well done. We’ll take it from here.

Corporal Justin Marquis
Sutherlin Police Department, Sutherlin, OR

August 19, 2005

Rest in peace brother. We mourn for your families.

Off. Aaron M. Whelchel
Waco Police Department

August 19, 2005

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