INDIANAPOLIS (WISH) - A public memorial service was held Sunday evening for Officer Rod Bradway. Messages of hope and healing came from those who live at the apartment complex where Officer Bradway lost his life.
Sunday, they waited in line to sign a card to the fallen officer and his family during a public memorial service.
“My mom said she wanted us to come here because we think that he's a hero for us. Because we feel really bad for him.”
9-year-old Vanessa Renteria found out what happened before she left for school Friday.
Gwen Nickson, was getting ready for work.
“It still hits home, because that's home for me,” Nickson said. “We all got to come together. We got to. This is such a tragedy.”
Everyone who came out for the event was able to sign the card.
It will now be delivered to IMPD’s Northwest District Headquarters.
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