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Arkansas community says their final goodbyes to fallen Helena-West Helena officer – Nashville-Davidson, Tennessee

Nashville-Davidson, Tennessee 2020-11-22 19:00:05 –

Helena-West Helena, Ark — The funeral of the fallen Helena-West Helena police officer took place on Saturday at Central High School.

The murdered police officer, 41-year-old Travis Cental Wallace, Sr. In honor of, the blue sea gathered at the CAD Pork Stadium in Helena-West Helena’s Central High School.

Wallace was shot dead on November 12, following advice on the suspected shooting. He left behind a young son and five brothers and sisters.

“He put on a badge because he wanted to change the community when he didn’t want to change it,” said James Smith, Helena-West Helena Police Chief. “He loved each of us, so he put on a badge.”

This blue sea wasn’t just the myriad of men and women from various law enforcement agencies who proudly wore badges on their chests. But it was countless family and friends wearing Wallace’s favorite colors.

Those who know Wallace best said that the blue color passed through his blood.

“Travis once told me” I’m tired. I’m going to get out of law enforcement, “said McKinley Daily of Rev. St. Luke MBC. “He says it’s happening too, but Travis said,” It’s in my blood. “

People near Officer Wallace said he had lost the hero and made the ultimate sacrifice to keep his community safe. Wallace worked for HWH police for only five years, and his colleague said he couldn’t be proud of his brother in blue if he lost one of them.

“Travis is in a good place. There are all mysteries in the mind of the reason, but you can really believe that it was all in the hands of God,” Smith said.

Wallace was buried in the Sunset Memorial Park in Helena-West Helena.

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