Rolette County Sheriff’s Deputy Colt Allery Honored in D.C.

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This is the weekend where thousands are arriving at the nation’s capital to remember those police officers who gave the ultimate sacrifice. 

One Former Rolette County Deputy will be engraved at the Capital. Deputy Colt Allery died during a shoot-out with a driver in January 2017.

Allery’s family is currently making their way to Washington D.C., where the slain Rolette County Sheriff’s Deputy will be honored for his sacrifice this weekend during National Police week.
For Deputy Allery’s former wife and their children  ages 13- 10 and 8  this is the furthest they have ever traveled. 
Deputy Allery was shot and killed by a fleeing suspect last year. His family says this trip is more than just honoring their hero..

Rikkanda Larocque 6:47:40 Showing respect for their father, the community, other police officers, for other families who lost their police officers

Coming up tonight at 10  we have more from Washington DC and hear from Deputy Allery’s children.

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