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The families of two fallen Indian Country officers, Sgt. Frederick Riggenbach of the Chitimacha Tribal Police Department and Deputy Christopher Dewey of the Mahnomen County Sheriff’s Office, receive traditional Native American star quilts and commemorative plaques during the 22nd Annual Indian Country Law Enforcement Memorial Service at the FLETC. With Riggenbach and Dewey’s names included, the FLETC’s Indian Law Enforcement Memorial lists the names of 101 officers killed in action while protecting and serving Indian Country. Rob Larson – Daily Press
The families of two fallen Indian Country officers, Sgt. Frederick Riggenbach of the Chitimacha Tribal Police Department and Deputy Christopher Dewey of the Mahnomen County Sheriff’s Office, receive traditional Native American star quilts and commemorative plaques during the 22nd Annual Indian Country Law Enforcement Memorial Service at the FLETC. With Riggenbach and Dewey’s names included, the FLETC’s Indian Law Enforcement Memorial lists the names of 101 officers killed in action while protecting and serving Indian Country.
Rob Larson – Daily Press

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