Prayers for Parkland from the Atlantis Police Department
This is a reminder that the County Curfew is still in effect. Police will continue to respond to emergency calls until we experience Tropical Storm Force Winds. Police will be unable to respond until the storm passes and conditions are safe.
Please stay inside and if you have any questions contact the police department at 965-1700.
http://give.transplants.org/…/NFTPatientsandLiving…/General… Please consider donating to our dispatcher of over 20 years, Michael Emmons.
Please consider donating to Officer Crowder's Memorial Fund.
A GoFundMe campaign has been established for Officer Crowder's children. It can be viewed here: https://www.gofundme.com/officercrowdermemorial
Funeral arrangem...ents are still pending. We will post that information as soon as it is confirmed. Thank you to everyone who has called, texted, emailed and stopped by to offer their condolences. It means more to us than you'll ever know. #BBPD792
Our hearts are heavy with grief for our family at the Boynton Beach Police Department. We will keep your department and Officer Crowder's family in our thoughts. Please let us know if there is anything we can do to help you in this time.
It is with tremendous grief that we announce the passing of our brother and dear friend, K9 Officer Joseph Crowder. Joe died last night during an evening run. J...oe was a 14-year veteran of the BBPD who proudly served our country as a staff sergeant in the U.S. Army. He became a member of the department's K9 Unit in 2012 and worked with his partner Daxxx, until the dog was forced to retire last December due to health reasons. Earlier this year, Joe became partners with K9 Iro, a 4-year-old Czech-Shepherd.
Joe was a truly kind, dedicated and courageous police officer. We will miss his beautiful smile and tender heart. We love you, Joe, and promise to keep watch over your family. Rest easy, brother.
Please keep Joe's family in your thoughts and prayers during this difficult time.