Law enforcement honored at Harley-Davidson 110th Anniversary


by Shari Dunn

MILWAUKEE -- Today was law enforcement day at the House of Harley and hundreds of riders turned out to celebrate police officers from around the country and learn about the work of a group that helps officers who have survived violence and the families of those who did not. 

Chief Flynn spoke to the crowd about the importance of remembering those who made the ultimate sacrifice. They gathered at Greenfield high school and before they set out for a short ride the heard from two celebrities, one a local hero who survived the Sikh temple shootings and another who famously played a cop on television. Lieutenant Brian Murphy read off the names of four officers who died recently in the state of Wisconsin while on duty. Television personality Erik Estrada spoke about his love for law enforcement and his current career as a full-time deputy in Bedford County Virginia. Estrada joined the riders for a commemorative ride to the Milwaukee County Sheriff's memorial in Franklin to lay a wreath and present a check to representative from the police officers survivors group.


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