This fundraiser is now complete. Thank you for your support of the National Law Enforcement Memorial Fund to help honor the memory of Sgt. Joseph Cox.
Sgt. Joseph Cox, a 19-year veteran officer, suffered a medical emergency around 9:30 p.m. Sunday while on duty in an area in the 9600 block of Ricker Road in northeast Allen County, the sheriff’s department said Monday. He died at the scene.
Cox was reportedly responding to a crash when he suffered the medical emergency.
Cox served in the sheriff’s department’s Confinement Division, Communications/Dispatch Center, Civil, Warrants, and Patrol Divisions. Sergeant Cox was a member of the Honor Guard, SWAT Team and was a K-9 Handler. He was promoted to the rank of Sergeant in 2015.
This Thin Blue Line USA wristband is 100% black silicon rubber with a debossed interior and blue color filled stripe that wraps all the way around. These bracelets are a great way to show your support for the men and women in blue.
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