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Sierra, daughter of fallen Officer Rod Bradway, gets surprise from her Blue Line Family for Prom

Saturday, May 6, 2017, 5:27 PM




On September 20, 2013, the IMPD lost a brother, but Sierra lost her father. Many high school girls look forward to the opportunity to get dressed up for Prom and take photos with their friends and family to capture the moment. Fathers are blessed to see how their daughters have grown into beautiful young women and proudly stand with them before they head off to celebrate an evening of formal fun. Unfortunately, Sierra will not have that opportunity with her father. However, she did want to honor him and his memory by taking pictures at his gravesite. Knowing that he will be there in spirit, and having some part in the event that she wanted him so badly to be present for.

Understanding the importance to Sierra, Captain Spayd with the MCSO, who is the mother of Brock Spayd (Sierra’s Prom Date), reached out to IMPD for a call to action. She called for officers to come and honor Rod and to show Sierra that her Blue Line Family will be here to support her, in all that she does. MCSO Deputies and IMPD Officers gladly answered the call and came out in force, to be a part of this surprise photo opportunity with Sierra.

The IMPD and MCSO would like to wish Sierra and Brock a safe and fun night at the Decatur Central High School Prom….and remind Brock, to have her home by 11 p.m.! Thank you to all the Deputies and Officers who took part in this occasion! Rod, may you continue to rest in peace, as we know you are walking a beat in heaven, all the while looking out for your family.

SOURCE: Indianapolis Metropolitan Police Department

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Sierra, daughter of fallen Officer Rod Bradway, gets surprise from her Blue Line Family for Prom

Saturday, May 6, 2017, 5:27 PM




On September 20, 2013, the IMPD lost a brother, but Sierra lost her father. Many high school girls look forward to the opportunity to get dressed up for Prom and take photos with their friends and family to capture the moment. Fathers are blessed to see how their daughters have grown into beautiful young women and proudly stand with them before they head off to celebrate an evening of formal fun. Unfortunately, Sierra will not have that opportunity with her father. However, she did want to honor him and his memory by taking pictures at his gravesite. Knowing that he will be there in spirit, and having some part in the event that she wanted him so badly to be present for.

Understanding the importance to Sierra, Captain Spayd with the MCSO, who is the mother of Brock Spayd (Sierra’s Prom Date), reached out to IMPD for a call to action. She called for officers to come and honor Rod and to show Sierra that her Blue Line Family will be here to support her, in all that she does. MCSO Deputies and IMPD Officers gladly answered the call and came out in force, to be a part of this surprise photo opportunity with Sierra.

The IMPD and MCSO would like to wish Sierra and Brock a safe and fun night at the Decatur Central High School Prom….and remind Brock, to have her home by 11 p.m.! Thank you to all the Deputies and Officers who took part in this occasion! Rod, may you continue to rest in peace, as we know you are walking a beat in heaven, all the while looking out for your family.

SOURCE: Indianapolis Metropolitan Police Department

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Anthony Roberson, 31, Arrested for Impersonating a Public Servant

Monday, April 17, 2017, 3:31 PM

On Thursday, April 13th, 2017, Deputies from the Marion County Sheriff’s Office arrested Anthony Roberson, age 31, for Impersonating a Public Servant (a Level 6 Felony), Criminal Confinement while Armed (a Level 3 Felony), and Unlawful Use of Body Armor (a Level 3 Felony).

Roberson’s arrest comes after an incident on April 8th, 2017, when Mr. Roberson, driving a white Ford Crown Victoria with red and blue lights, attempted to pull over an off-duty Marion County Sheriff’s Deputy, who was driving an unmarked Sheriff’s vehicle. During the course of a follow-up investigation on April 13th, Mr. Roberson made an additional illegal traffic stop on another Sheriff’s Deputy, after which he was arrested.

Lieutenant Colonel Kerry Forestal, Commander of the Criminal Division of the Marion County Sheriff’s Office, stated, “This is the type of arrest that all in law enforcement appreciate: Stopping someone from using authority that he or she does not have and preventing that person from further abusing members of our community. This individual, who seems to have an unusual interest in criminal justice, will hopefully learn a lot during his trip through the judicial system. We hope it will deter him and any others from attempting such a foolish activity.”

The Marion County Sheriff’s Office has reason to believe that Mr. Roberson has attempted more than two illegal traffic stops, and are asking any members of the public to come forward if they believe they have been stopped by Mr. Roberson.

SOURCE: Marion County Sheriff’s Office IN

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