Palm Bay Police Honor Two Fallen Officers, Killed In The Line of Duty By An Active Shooter

By  //  April 24, 2016

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29 years since Officer Gerald Johnson, Officer Ronald Grogan were killed

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Chief Mark Renkens was joined by Deputy Chief Jim Rogers and Commanders John Resh and Nelson Moya, at Sacrifice Park to pay tribute to two fallen Palm Bay Police Officers. (Palm Bay Police Image)

BREVARD COUNTY • PALM BAY, FLORIDA – Chief Mark Renkens was joined by Deputy Chief Jim Rogers and Commanders John Resh and Nelson Moya, at Sacrifice Park to pay tribute to two fallen Palm Bay Police Officers.

Saturday, marked 29 years since Officer Gerald Johnson and Officer Ronald Grogan were killed in the line of duty while responding to an active shooter.

The gunman also killed four citizens and wounded more than a dozen others before he was taken into custody.

Members of the Palm Bay Police Department visit the park each year to pay their respects and place a wreath in front of the pyramid monument that bears the names of Officers Johnson and Grogan in addition to all officers from Brevard County that were killed in the line of duty.

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Members of the Palm Bay Police Department visit the park each year to pay their respects and place a wreath in front of the pyramid monument that bears the names of Officers Johnson and Grogan in addition to all officers from Brevard County that were killed in the line of duty. (Palm Bay Police Image)


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