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 Donations for Officer Webster:

Officer Dan Webster has succumbed to the injuries that he sustained during a traffic stop on October 21, 2015. Officer Webster fought valiantly for his life, however, his injuries were too severe.

"Officer Webster was the very best example of a life committed to public service, through his service to our country and to our community. He leaves a legacy of excellence and commitment, and we honor his life through our ongoing service to our community. Though our own hearts are heavy, please continue to pray for his wife and their family as they endure this unimaginable loss."
Albuquerque Police Chief Gorden E. Eden, Jr.

The Albuquerque Police Officers Association has setup an account to raise funds for the Officer's family. Donations can be made at any Wells Fargo branch: Officer Dan Webster Fund, Account 8138663789.

Donations for Lilly Garcia:

Donations for the family of Lilly Garcia, the 4 year old shot during a road rage incident on Tuesday, can be made either through a GoFundMe online account, or at any Bank of Albuquerque branch.
Lilly Garcia, GoFundMe link:
Bank of Albuquerque: Iliana Rael Garcia fund, Rachel Rael Trustee


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