Group rides through Bakersfield to honor killed Newman police officer

Group rides through Bakersfield to honor killed Newman police officer


A FOUR-DAY RIDE CONTINUES TO HONOR THE MEMORY OF THE OFFICER KILLED ON CHRISTMAS LAST YEAR IN THE CITY OF NEWMAN. THE GROUP “BLUE COAT MUSIC” WAS IN BAKERSFIELD OVERNIGHT AS PART OF A RIDE FROM LOS ANGELES TO NEWMAN. THE GOAL IS TO DELIVER A FOLDED FLAG TO THE FAMILY OF NEWMAN POLICE CORPORL RONIL SINGH. SINGH WAS WORKING OVERTIME ON CHRISTMAS WHEN HE WAS SHOT BY A DUI SUSPECT AND DIED. THAT SUSPECT WAS ARRESTED JUST TWO DAYS LATER SOUTH OF BAKERSFIELD. BIKER ANDREW GONZALEZ SAYS HE WANTS TO HONOR HIM DURING THE TRIP AND RAISE AWARENESS ON THE DANGERS ALL FIRST RESPONDERS FACE. ANDREW GONZALES/ “WE JUST WNAT PEOPLE TO UNDERSTAND THERE ARE OTHER PEOPLE OUT THERE MAKING SURE YOU’RE SAFE WHERE YOU ARE AT NIGHT, OR WALKING TO SCHOOL SAFELY, OR SAFE WITH YOUR FAMILY AT THE PARK.” THE RIDE WILL STOP AT DIFFERENT POLICE AND FIRE DEPARTMENTS IN CALIFONRIA BEFORE THEY REACH NEWMAN. TAMI BAKERSFIELD POLICE ARE GOING TO BE CRACKING DOWN ON THOSE WHO CHOOSE TO DRINK AND DRIVE THIS LABOR DAY WEEKEND. OFFICERS WILL BE CONDUCTING

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