Everett Police Honor Guard In Washington D.C. To Honor Everett’s Fallen Officers

May 13, 2019

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For those who don’t subscribe to Facebook we wanted to pass this along from the Everett Police Department today.

To honor officers who made the ultimate sacrifice and died in the line of duty, the Everett Police Honor Guard is in Washington, DC to participate in National Police Week. The group has dedicated their trip to remembering those from Everett Police: Officer Brian DiBucci, Detective Charles Raymond and Detective John Fox.

The Honor Guard started the week by welcoming the Police Unity Tours arrival at the National Law Enforcement Officers’ Memorial. The Unity Tour is a bicycling event that brings awareness to the Memorial and all riders are active, retired or survivors of officers killed in the line of duty.

This year is particularly significant to Everett Police and our community, as it marks the 20th Anniversary of the line of duty death for Officer Brian DiBucci. To recognize this milestone, Everett Police Honor Guard Commander – and surviving fiancée of Officer DiBucci – participated in the Unity Tour and rode more than 300 miles in four days. The arrival ceremony was exceptionally emotional as riders, support personnel, motor escorts and staff were met by hundreds of officers, survivors and supporters on the hallowed grounds of the Memorial.



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