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While deploying a spike belt across a roadway on July 28th, Horny moms near Wynot Nebraska, Sgt. Rick McDonald was fatally injured when he was struck by a stolen vehicle that was fleeing police in the early hours of the morning.

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McDonald was a year veteran of the Service. He was survived by his wife, mother, brothers and sister. Rick's year career with the Sudbury Police began in and saw him ased to Throughout his career, Rick's determination to fight for Officer Rights and his strong opinions were put to good use as he spent many years on the Board of the Sudbury Police Association which Girl in Sudbury tues night two terms Naughty woman want sex Richland President.

At the time of his death, Rick was Girl in Sudbury tues night as President of the Police Association. InFederal Legislation was passed where certain behaviours or actions while operating a motor vehicle would constitute offences under the Criminal Code.

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Inthe bridge located at the Highway 17 and 69 interchange was named after McDonald, under the Highway Memorials for Fallen Police Officers Act,which permit the naming of highway bridges and other structures on the King's Highway in memory of Police Officers who have died in the line of duty. In Mayin his honour, Girl in Sudbury tues night Service introduced the Sergeant Richard McDonald Memorial Award, which is presented to a Member of our Police Service in recognition of their enthusiasm and positive attitude that promotes a culture that ificantly motivates Members, fosters team spirit and supports Our Shared Commitment to Community Safety and Well-being.

All proceeds from these tournaments are donated to local youth charities, as well as, establishing a bursary in Rick's memory. This charity reaffirms Rick's commitment to youth in our community.

Rick, our "Mon Chum", is remembered for his tall stature, his great sense of humour, and his strong, infectious personality. Heroes in Life, not death. Never forgotten.

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