End of Watch Ride to Remember

End of Watch Ride to Remember
End of Watch Ride to Remember (Source: WBRC)

TUSCALOOSA, Ala. (WBRC) - UPDATE: The End of Watch Ride to Remember will also honor Birmingham Sergeant Wytasha Carter at Birmingham Police Headquarters.

Sgt. Carter was shot and killed on Saturday, January 13, 2019, while responding to a call.

Birmingham Police Officer Wytasha Carter was killed on Jan. 13 when he and another officer approached two suspects during an early morning burglary.
Birmingham Police Officer Wytasha Carter was killed on Jan. 13 when he and another officer approached two suspects during an early morning burglary. (Source: Facebook)
End of Watch Ride to Remember
End of Watch Ride to Remember (Source: WBRC)

ORIGINAL: Beyond the Call of Duty is honoring Tuscaloosa Police Investigator Dornell Cousette at an event Monday morning.

Fallen officer Dornell Cousette
Fallen officer Dornell Cousette (Source: Tuscaloosa Police Department)

Members of the department will be in attendance to honor Investigator Cousette, who was fatally shot while serving a warrant on Sept. 16, 2019.

The group is on a 30-state tour of the country, making stops at all of the 146 law enforcement agencies that experienced line-of-duty deaths in 2019 including Tuscaloosa.

The “Celebration of Life” event includes motorcycle riders that follow a trailer with pictures depicting fallen officers, their agencies and sponsors.

TPD Chief Brent Blankley and Mayor Walt Maddox will deliver brief remarks before presenting the organization with a police department patch.

Visit https://www.facebook.com/EOWRide/ or https://www.eowride.org/ for more information about the End of Watch Ride to Remember.

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