A Action Bail Bonds

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A Action Bail Bonds
A Action Bail Bonds is listed in the Bail Bonds category in Lawrenceville, Georgia. Displayed below is the only current social network for A Action Bail Bonds which at this time includes a Facebook page. The activity and popularity of A Action Bail Bonds on this social network gives it a ZapScore of 62.

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800 Airport Rd
Lawrenceville, GA 30046
(770) 237-2245

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Overcoming Obstacles to Find a CURE. It was another great year at "Get Your Pink On". Always humbled to be a part of such a worthy event. I am proud of you Shannon Postell.

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*Shot and Killed In The Line Of Duty* Rest In Peace Sergeant Kenneth Steil (posthumously promoted to the rank of Captain) Detroit Police Department, Michigan End Of Watch: 09-17-16 Sgt. Ken Steil, 45, succumbed to gunshot wound sustained while in foot pursuit of violent wanted suspect five days prior(details below). Born with a soul that has Courage to wear the Badge, Sergeant Steil had been Saving, Serving, and Protecting the People of Detroit as a Law Enforcement Officer for more than 17 years. Brother Ken answered his call to serve, following in the footsteps of his Uncle, who retire as a Detroit Police Sergeant. Sgt. Steil, aka "Shark", was assigned to the 9th Precinct and assigned to the Special Operations Team, as well as the Underwater Recovery Unit. Sgt. Steil was incredibly respected and well-loved, not only by his fellow Officers, but by the community as well. He was a decorated Lawman who treated all fairly, but did not back down from a fight when he knew rights were being wronged, even when fighting the politics. He was a man of Integrity and of Honor. Brother Ken was also a devoted and loving Husband and Father. On Monday, September 12, 2016, 2300hours(local), a violent suspect was spotted by Police. The 21 year old was wanted for shooting his father at dinner the day before. The suspect then committed a car-jacking at gunpoint. As Officers approached, the suspect took off on foot and the Officers pursued. When they reached a gas station near Seven Mile and Hayes, the suspect, who took position behind a wall in a dark area, pulled out a short-barreled shotgun and fired at the Officers. Sergeant Steil was shot in the shoulder. The suspect was arrested immediately after. Sergeant Steil was transported to St. John Hospital in fair condition. After undergoing surgery, he was doing very well and was expected to survive. He was actually preparing to be discharged. He was walking around and in very good spirits. When Detroit Mayor Mike Duggan asked Sgt Steil why he does it, Brother Ken replied "The shootings in Detroit have been cut in half because the Men and Women of this Department are out there every day and night, running after the bad guys who have guns, and we are getting them. I have never been prouder of being a Detroit Police Officer." Sgt. Steil as a leader who led from the front, always out there with his Officers, never expecting from them what he was not himself willing to do. While recovering in the hospital, Brother Ken said several times, to family and to his team, "I am glad I took the round, because I would not have wanted any of you to take it" Detroit Police Chief James E. Craig said "Sgt. Steil's team relentlessly went after this violent suspect and did not stop until he was found." He also calls Brother Ken "A True American Hero" On Friday evening, Sgt. Steil wrote a beautiful letter addressing the Men and Women of the Detroit PD, as well as the citizens of Detroit for their love and prayers that have been coming in non-stop since the shooting. In the letter, he wrote, in part "To be the recipient of so much love and support is truly a humbling experience. I have never been prouder to be a member of the Detroit police department. All of the support has made a huge difference in keeping my mind off the pain and keeping my spirits up." Ken's 5 year old son even made a "Welcome Home" sign and hung it outside their house, waiting for his daddy to come home. On Saturday, September 17, 2016, as nurses were preparing Brother Ken to go home after just being discharged, he suddenly collapsed. Sadly, and with very heavy hearts, this proved to be our Brother's final battle ... Sergeant Kenneth Steil succumbed to yet-to-be determined cause, possible blood clot, and passed away at the hospital. Courageous and Compassionate, Fearless and Fair, this Brave and Benevolent Son, Husband, Father, and Brother of Blue simply wanted to make a difference in his small corner of the world. May we take a part of Brother Ken's legacy with us when we enter into our daily arenas while continuing to create our own. May we vow to carry on the watch with the same Honor, Integrity, and Service as this True Blue served. May we always remember Sergeant Kenneth Steil -S54 9th Precinct - for how he Lived As Only A Hero Could. May we never forget how his life was taken while trying to protect the People of Detroit. Ken leaves behind his beautiful beloved bride, JoAnn, 5 year old son William, 3 year old son Alexander, and family. Our heartfelt thoughts and prayers go out to the entire extended Steil families, the Men and Women of the Detroit PD, to all responders who came running to assist, to the staff at St. John, and to all whom have had the pleasure and the privilege of knowing and working along side this True Blue Hero. Our Brother, as you now patrol the Highways of Heaven may you continue your vigilant watch over us all as we carry on In Our Brother's Honor. We thank you for your service and for your sacrifices. We thank you for your life. Job Well Done Sir. Rest In Peace Sergeant Kenneth Steil -S54 9th Precinct ... We Have The Watch From Here. SALUTE! Funeral arrangements for Sergeant Kenneth "Shark" Steil are as follows: Visitation on Wednesday, September 21, 2016 from 4:00 p.m. until 9:00 p.m. and Thursday, September 22, 2016 from 2:00 p.m. until 9:00 p.m. at Wujek Calcaterra & Sons Funeral Home located at 36900 Schoenherr Rd. Sterling Heights, MI 48312 Telephone: 586-823-8550.; Funeral services will be held on Friday, September 23, 2016 - 11:00 a.m. at St. Joan of Arc Catholic Church located at 22412 Overlake St. St. Clair Shores, MI 48080. Interment will be at Resurrection Cemetery at 18201 Clinton River Rd. Clinton Township, MI 48038 Our prayers continue TBW Sgt. Steil is the 94th Law Enforcement Officer (human) line of duty death this year 2016 - the 42nd Law Enforcement Officer killed by gunfire this year. All tributes of all our fallen, 2 legged and 4, can be found in this 2016 True Blue Angels In Heaven album: https://www.facebook.com/truebluewarriors/photos/?tab=album&album_id=933640203350816 -written by the founders of True Blue Warriors, with assist from the Detroit Police Department- copyright2016 TrueBlueWarriors.org www.facebook.com/truebluewarriors DPD: http://www.detroitmi.gov/police Cop killer, 21, was initially charged with one count of assault with intent to murder; one count of resisting and obstructing police officer causing serious impairment; three counts of resisting and obstructing a police officer; one count of possession of a short-barreled shotgun, and felony firearm. Charges expected to be upgraded. We will update once formalized. update 09-19: Wayne County Prosecutor amended the charges against the cop killer to include: murder of a peace officer, first-degree murder, resisting and obstructing a police officer causing death; possession of a short-barreled shotgun and felony use of a firearm. Our prayers continue. TBW

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We had a great time on Saturday at the Show & Shine car show for the Hall County Sheriffs Office. All the proceeds raised benefit the Christmas Bicycle Program.

This poem was posted recently on a friend's page. She found it in her late mother's jewelry box. It is believed to be from the 70's (maybe earlier). The author is unknown (to me). A PART OF AMERICA DIED Somebody killed a policeman today and A part of America died. A piece of our country he swore to protect Will be buried with him at his side. The suspect who shot him will stand up in court, With counsel demanding his rights, While a young widowed mother must work for her kids And spend many long, lonely nights. The beat that he walked was a battlefield too, Just as if he had gone off to war. Though the flag of our nation won't fly at half mast, To his name they will add a gold star. Yes, somebody killed a policeman today, It happened in your town or mine While we slept in comfort behind our locked doors, A cop put his life on the line. Now his ghost walks a beat on a dark city street, And he stands at each new rookie's side. He answered the call, and gave us his all And a part of America died.

The 2016 PBUS Mid-Year Meeting was a success. We enjoyed the impressive line up of speakers at the conference. Our keynote speaker was Honorable David A. Clarke, Jr, Sheriff of Milwaukee County, Wisconsin. WOW!!! Thank you, Sheriff Clarke. You are an inspiration and a true hero!