Natalie Corona, a 22-year old rookie police officer in Davis, California, was shot and killed in the line of duty just a few months after earning her badge.
Corona responded to a three-car crash on January 10, 2019, around 6:45 in the evening. She was alone at the time of the incident. The crash occurred near 5th and D streets in Davis, California, near the UC Davis campus.
But am I missing something? She played high school volleyball and that merits a post on a volleyball message board? Especially since some posters are turning a horrible tragedy into something political by somehow attacking California.
Maybe you should read the entire article:
The murder of Natalie Corona is a devastating shock to her community. Crime is low in Davis. As the Modesto Bee reported, the Davis Police Department investigated just one homicide in 2017 and none the year before that.
As Lt. Doroshov commented, this is the first time a police officer has been killed in the line of duty in nearly 60 years.
JHFC, respect the life of of this great public servant instead of trying to score misinformed political points on a volleyball message board.
Last Edit: Jan 12, 2019 10:00:43 GMT -5 by tomclen