Deputy Jacob Pickett tribute EOW 3-2-18 Boone County Sheriff Mike Nielsen said a sheriff's deputy who was shot during an attempt to serve a warrant "will not survive his injuries." Deputy Jacob Pickett was wounded Friday morning. Indiana State Police says all suspects are now in custody. Pickett was a K-9 handler for the department. He and his partner "Brick" had patrolled in Boone County for more than two years. Deputy Jacob Pickett served in life and will continue giving of himself and changing lives through organ donation after his death. Our hearts are heavy and our deepest condolences go out to Deputy Pickett's family, friends, fellow officers and all of our brothers and sisters in law enforcement at the Boone County Indiana Sheriff's Office and beyond. As Boone County Sheriff Mike Nielsen said, "The thin blue line was shattered today.
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https://youtu.be/xcvmfCoI0vQ Song by pyrexx :see you again An Indiana police lieutenant was shot and killed while trying to help at the scene of a car crash on Thursday, authorities said. The Indianapolis Metropolitan Police Department said the death of Lt. Aaron Allan of the police department in Southport, just outside of Indianapolis, was the department's first line-of-duty death. The shooting happened Thursday at about 2:30 p.m., when Allan and an officer from the Homecroft Police responded to a report of a crash, the Indianapolis Metropolitan Police Department said. "As Lt. Allan approached the inverted vehicle to assist, shots were fired by one of the vehicle's occupants," police said witness at the scene said the driver was upside down in the car when he began shooting at Allan. The Homecroft police officer "and an off-duty Johnson County Sheriff's Deputy, who had stopped to help, returned fire striking one of the individuals," police said. "Both people inside the car were taken to Eskenazi Hospital, one for injuries sustained from being shot, and the other from injuries believe sustained during the crash." Allan, 38, a husband and father, was hospitalized and later died, police said. Jason Brown, 28, of Indianapolis, was arrested on suspicion of murder, according to police, though he has not yet been formally charged. The Marion County Prosecutors Office will make a charging decision, police said, calling the investigation ongoing. The car's passenger was interviewed as a witness and released by police, authorities said. Allan's death has left the law enforcement community grieving. He had over 20 years of law enforcement experience and nearly six years of service with the Southport Police Department, the police said. Southport Police Chief Thomas Vaughn said of Allan, "When a citizen or someone needed help he was one of the first guys that was always there. ... He was involved in the community and he was involved in reaching out to the youth." In 2015, Allan was named Officer of the Year after saving two lives the year before. "They had a guy in cardiac arrest when he was working part-time at the fairgrounds and he saved his life," Vaughn said, He also had another incident where someone had overdosed on heroin and he was there with [overdose antidote] Narcan. He searched for about two hours in the rain to find her." "His mom told me today that he'd always wanted to be a policeman," Vaughn said He took that to heart." The Southport Police wrote on Twitter, "Please keep Lt. Allan and his family in your thoughts."
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