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The dude was hiding his hand the whole time 🙁 Need to have them show hands, but I guess that's not part of the new bs "de-escalation" training because the perps might be "offended".🙄

I am relieved the Deputy is safe. Thank you all for all that you do. The general public has no idea.

Glad the Deputy is recovering. God Bless all of you.

Good job staying in the fight

Their names are Anthony White and Kenny Ingram. We say prayers for their families.*Two Deputies Killed In The Line Of Duty* Georgia - Rest In Peace Fulton County Sheriff's Office Deputy Sheriff Anthony White and Deputy Sheriff Kenny Ingram, killed in a vehicle collision while en route to pick up an inmate for transfer. End Of Watch: September 29, 2020

Please, we ask, #SayTheirNames ... Brothers/Deputies Anthony White and Kenny Ingram ... not just "R.I.P." or a run of ridiculous emojis. When you SAY THEIR NAMES, you will REMEMBER THEIR NAMES and A HERO REMEMBERED ... NEVER DIES

On Tuesday, September 29, 2020, 1113hours, Deputies White and Ingram were en route to pick up an inmate to transfer to the Fulton County Jail, traveling in their marked Police Dodge Charger on I-20 near Grovetown.

As they approached exit 190, the Deputies vehicle struck the back of an 18 wheeler who was stopped due to traffic.

Columbia County Sheriff's Office Deputies arrived on scene and found both Deputies deceased inside the vehicle

The Georgia State Police are investigating

Deputy Anthony White was a seven year veteran who joined the agency in December 2012. Deputy Kenny Ingram would have marked his 15-years of service in October. Both were assigned to the Law Enforcement Division of the Sheriff’s Office.

Sheriff Ted Jackson said, “These men had a profound sense of duty throughout their distinguished careers with this agency and for us and this county, the loss of these deputies is devastating.”

Our prayers are with the families, both of blood and of Blue, to their friends, and to all who came running to assist. Our thoughts are also with the driver of the 18 wheeler and their family. -from all of us at True Blue Warriors
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Their names are Anthony White and Kenny Ingram. We say prayers for their families.

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RIP Heroes 🇺🇸🇺🇸🇺🇸🚔🚔🚔😔😔

RIP! Prayers and condolences to the families and friends 🙏✝️🙏✝️💙💙

Rest In Peace!

RIP sirs.



RIP officers😢😢😢


So very tragic. Sincere conolences

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PBA's Big Bend President and executive director accept the #ALSA #ALS Ice Bucket Challenge

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