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Wetumpka Locals Back the Blue Saturday

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Police: Arrests expected in attack on Alabama teen

The mother of an Alabama high school student says her 17-year-old son was attacked and badly beaten after standing up for police. Brandi Allen tells WBRC-TV that son Brian Ogle responded to students wearing Black Lives Matter T-shirts at Sylacauga High School with “Blue lives matter,” a defense of police officers. Ogle also posted pro-police items on Facebook. Police Chief…

Pilgrim Missionary Baptist Church Backs the Blue

Law enforcement sits on the front row at Pilgrim Missionary Baptist Church. The Pilgrim Missionary Church in Montgomery is helping the River Region communities Back the Blue in September. Back the Blue is a community wide effort to show support for law enforcement. In a special Sunday service, PMBC honored all deputies, officers and other public safety employees who attended….

HandsOn Montgomery Backs the Blue

Artist Joel Kelly presents his painting to Chief Finley. HandsOn Montgomery is an organization dedicated to mobilizing volunteers and connecting people. They also hope to build a strong, caring community. To them, the community includes law enforcement. They wanted to express thanks to the public servants who put on badges and put themselves in harm’s way every day, and they encouraged…