INDIANAPOLIS -- Stacy Allan, the wife of Southport Lt. Aaron Allan, received a letter from president Donald Trump last month, recognizing her husband nearly a year after his line-of-duty death.
Aaron was killed in July 2017 when he responded to a vehicle crash in Homecroft. He was shot multiple times by somebody inside the vehicle, police say. Aaron was rushed to Eskenazi Hospital where he later died.
Trump's letter to Stacy reads:
Dear Mrs. Allan,
Thank you for your thoughtful letter and for sharing your trading card and the challenge coin made in honor of your beloved husband, Aaron. I hope that you are able to find comfort in the memories you shared with him and in his legacy of service.
Each day, our men and women in blue courageously leave their families to serve and protect our communities. Our Nation owes a debt of gratitude to all the police officers who protect our communities with honor and incredible courage. As President, I will proudly stand beside and fight for our law enforcement community and their families.
Melania and I are keeping you and your children in our prayers. May God bless you.
Read the full letter below:
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