A central Indiana woman is raising thousands of dollars for the family of Deputy Jacob Pickett through her online clothing boutique.
Students at schools across Indiana will walk out at 10 a.m. Wednesday. It’s a protest against gun violence and a call for peace.
The 6-year-old first set up a lemonade stand in 2016 to support the family of Southport Police Department Lt. Aaron Allen.
Jen Pickett released a letter to the community via the Boone County Sheriff’s Office on Monday afternoon.
The tournament is set to take place on Saturday, April 28.
Many departments stepped up and provided officers with assistance to patrol Boone County so that deputies could grieve fallen Deputy Jacob P…
The sheriff told staff their grief would not leave them anytime soon and that they’d have to “conquer this journey together.”
Officers traveled from Dallas, New York, Chicago and other cities to pay respect.
Pickett’s final 10-42 was held on Friday afternoon.
The cards came as a pleasant surprise for the officers after leaving the funeral service.
Friends and family weren’t the only ones to remember fallen Deputy Jacob Pickett.
Friends, family and co-workers gathered to remember fallen Deputy Jacob Pickett.
Deputy Pickett was shot and killed on Friday, March 2.
The entire funeral service, procession and graveside service will air on WISH-TV and stream on WISHTV.com and in the WISH-TV news app.