President Trump pays tribute to Lt. Aaron Allan at National Peace Officers' Memorial Service

WASHINGTON, D.C. -- President Donald Trump paid tribute to fallen police officers across the country on Tuesday, specifically singling out Southport Lt. Aaron Allan. 

President Trump spoke at the annual Peace Officers Memorial Service in Washington D.C. 

The event honors fallen police officers across the country. Families of officers who have been killed in the past year travel to Washington to attend the event and see their loved one's name added to the memorial wall and this year, that included Allan. 

President Trump spoke of  Allan's service, called him a "true hero" and offered support to his wife and sons. 

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"To Stacy, TJ and Aaron, today all of America sends you our love and our support. Allan will live in our hearts forever."

 

 

 

Allan was shot and killed last July while responding to help with a vehicle accident. 

The driver of the car, James Brown, is accused of shooting him multiple times and has been charged with murder and possession of marijuana

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