Fundraiser Campaign Has Ended
This fundraiser is now complete. A total of $2,179.60 is being donated to the "Louisville Metro Police Foundation" to help support the family and honor the memory of Officer Nick Rodman. Thank you for your support.
You may donate directly to the Louisville Metro Police Foundation by visiting here: https://www.saferlouisville.com/default.aspx
Police Officer Nick Rodman succumbed to injuries sustained in a vehicle crash at the intersection of a 26th Street and Duncan Street during a vehicle pursuit.
Other officers were pursuing a suspect who had been involved in a domestic violence incident in which shots were fired. Other officers were able to free Officer Rodman from the burning patrol car and transported him to a local hospital. He succumbed to his injuries the following afternoon.
The subject being pursued was apprehended and charged with murder, assault, wanton endangerment, as well as additional charges.
Officer Rodman had served with the Louisville Metro Police Department for three years. He is survived by his wife, son, and newborn daughter.
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