Arlington, Texas 2021-05-25 15:45:34 –
Honor was announced at Tweet Posted on Monday by the Arlington County Police Department.
..@DCPoliceDept Recently announced members of ACPD, @ArlingtonVaFD Another local police station with the Ribbon of Valor, acknowledging support during the January 6 riots at the US Capitol. pic.twitter.com/OZKQAOyVqK
— ArlingtonCountyPD (@ArlingtonVaPD) May 24, 2021
“May 11, [five] Members of ACPD responded to the US Capitol on January 6, 2021 and accepted the Ribbon of Valor on behalf of ACPD officers who assisted the Metropolitan Police Department under the following: Mutual Aid Agreement“ACPD spokeswoman Ashley Savage told ARLnow. “The ribbon was distributed to those officers last week.”
The event was hosted by DC Metropolitan Police StationSaid Savage. Police Chief Robert J. Conti III presented awards to Corporal Quigley, Corporal Gilks, Corporal Woolley, Corporal Olson, Lieutenant Troyano, and Lieutenant Nathan Waterfall of the Arlington County Fire Department.
Police officers “helped local law enforcement partners restore and maintain peace and order,” Savage said.
Video taken on the day of the riot Shows ACPD officers Riot control equipment, alongside Virginia State Police and DC Metropolitan Police, protects the US Capitol and keeps excited crowds away.
Not shown in the photo is a spokesman for the fire department, Taylor Brandt, who won the award on behalf of ACFD.Brant and waterfall The only emergency medical care that exists Associated Press treats and triages injured law enforcement officers and attackers alike during rioting capital steps report, Citing documents obtained through the Information Disclosure Law.
Triage injured police officers on January 6 when only two firefighters lent to Washington at Capital Steps see an angry mob inflate and attack police working to protect Congress It was made.
Arlington County firefighter Taylor Brandt wrote in a post-action note that law enforcement agencies were “pulled into the crowd, trampled, beaten with scaffolding material, and / or beaten by protesters.” .. Some could not walk and had to be dragged into a safe place.
Even the attackers sought medical help, and Brandt and his colleague Nathan Waterfall treated those who died or were beaten. However, some “illnesses that pretended to stay behind the police,” wrote Brandt.
Other specific heroes of Arlington public security officials have not yet been revealed. “There are no additional details to offer at this time,” Savage said, as the events of the day continue to be an active FBI investigation.
Photos via ACPD / Twitter
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