The spirit of a wolf: It is my nature to be kind, gentle, and loving… But know this: When it comes to matters of protecting my friend, my family, and my heart. Do not trifle with me. For I am also the most powerful and relentless creature you will ever know.
Sports bra: @thechestee
Wolf Shorts: @feedmefightme
The thing about police officers (I know a few) is that even if you curse at them, talk bad about them, think you know better than them, judge them based on edited videos and the YouTube clip of the day —- the thing IS— they will answer your call when you are needing help, when someone is hurting you, when a child is drowning, when your car has been hit by a drunk driver, when someone you love is standing on a bridge, when you awake in the middle the night to someone breaking into your house, — they don’t ask you if you believe that they are “good “ or not. They just show up and help you. They will show up and would give their life for you. This is my husband. These are his colleagues. They differ in size, gender, politically, economically BUT they hold in common the simple and yet unwavering oath to serve us. To serve you. Basing judgement of all of them off the actions of few is ignorant and hypocritical. I am so proud of the work my husband does. I know he is making a positive difference. I don’t think I need to prove that, I just feel like I need to say out loud every once in a while. ➖💙➖ @thinbluelinefamily @thinbluelinesfinest @thinbluelineusa @police.livesmatter @thepolicefamily #leowife#leofamily#thinblueline#thinbluelinefamily#deputysheriff#sbso#police
Only you know how hard you’re trying.
Static holds are a great grip strength tester/hand destroyer 😅
Utilizing a hook grip for my finisher sets and as you can see, it’s not easy.
Working on my weaknesses is kind of ... fun. 📷: @grant_eastoff
Rest easy brother, we have it from here. So sad that a Detroit PD Officer was hit by a vehicle and then a Wayne County Sheriff. Stay safe out there Blue.
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I am extremely saddened to announce the passing of Sergeant Lee Smith today. Lee had been jogging on Edward Hines Drive, in the City of Westland, at approximately 10am, when he was fatally struck by a vehicle that had driven left of center and onto the shoulder of the road on which Lee was running. Lee succumbed to his injuries and died at the scene.
The vehicle that struck Lee failed to stop at the scene and fled the area. The Westland Police Department is investigating the fatal crash and the criminal offense related to the suspect vehicle’s driver fleeing the scene. Crime Stoppers has offered a reward for information leading to the capture of the driver.
Lee began his career with the Sheriff’s Office in July of 1992. Lee worked numerous jobs both in and out of the Jails. He was first assigned to the Road Patrol in 2000 and began his involvement with the Mounted Unit in 2004. He was a long standing member of the Special Response Team, where he became a member in 1999. Upon his promotion to Sergeant in May 2009, Lee was assigned to the Road Patrol. He transferred to the Park Patrol, where he has served ever since, a few months later.
Lee is a graduate of Mumford High School, in Detroit, and a graduate of Wayne County Community College, where he reserved an Associate’s Degree in 2002. In 2000, he became a member of the Phi Theta Kappa Society as a result of his excellent grades.
Lee was a highly trained officer and he developed the skill sets necessary to become a department instructor in the following disciplines: Mounted Officer, PPCT Defensive Tactics, Defensive Driving, Pistol, Shotgun, and Patrol Rifle. He was a trained firearms armorer capable of working on Sig Sauer and Glock products. Lee was also an accomplished horseman and motorcycle rider.
Lee is survived by his wife and his 28 year old son. His passi
Police Officer Fadi Shukur succumbed to injuries sustained on August 4th, 2018, when he was struck by a hit-and-run driver on West McNichols Road, near Stahelin Avenue.
He was assisting other officers with crowd control outside of a club at approximately 2:30 am when a vehicle struck him at a high rate of speed. The vehicle fled the scene but the driver turned himself in a short time later. The driver was charged with reckless driving causing serious impairment. Additional charges are pending.
Officer Shukur had served with the Detroit Police Department for 18 months.
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