Two Dozen Police Officers Escort Siblings On First Day of School After Dad Died

Emotions run high on the first day of school but for one family, it was especially difficult. The Scherlan family lost their father, Justin, earlier this fall. The late police officer died from complications resulting from an on-duty injury. As a surprise, his fellow law enforcement members showed up to escort Scherlan's children on their first day of school. Once inside, his son, Jackson, captured hearts by hugging his father's co-workers as they lined the hallways remembering Justin.

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+6 1. thundersnow commented 4 years ago

Respect! :)
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+11 2. cameramaster commented 4 years ago

That's also sent a big message to any potential bullies out there...'This is MY family' !
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+5 3. sux2bu commented 4 years ago

Scherlen was severely injured in a traffic accident in September 2015. He was traveling west on Southwest 34th Avenue near the intersection of South Georgia Street when a Jeep driven by Brian David Moody, 33, of Amarillo, crossed the center lane and collided head-on with Scherlen’s vehicle, the Amarillo Globe-News reported at the time.

Amarillo firefighters used the Jaws of Life to free Scherlen from the car, and he was taken to Northwest Texas Hospital with numerous broken bones and traumatic injuries from the crash. He was awarded the law enforcement Purple Heart award the following November for injuries sustained while in performance of his official duties.
Scherlen went through multiple surgeries and physical rehabilitation in the months after the accident.

“An autopsy is pending and we have no additional information about the cause of death,”
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+1 4. gremlinbyname commented 4 years ago

I bet their new black class mates were shitting themselves!
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+2 5. oleHashow commented 4 years ago

#4 where did you find black? why do they have to be black?
in whole video i saw one black guy
you could just left that black out and i would believe you,
but you had to bring in black since they started with blue
now we have teams and we have to fight right?