State Attorney General to hold board meeting for support of the families of fallen officers
BATON ROUGE - Attorney General Jeff Landry will host a board meeting for the Law Enforcement Officer and Firemen's Survivors benefit.
"The recent loss of three of Louisiana's finest has been devastating to our state," Landry said. "However, no pain we have felt comes close to the grief these heroes' families are expecting."
The assistance would to go the families of Baton Rouge Corporal Montrell Jackson, Baton Rouge police officer Matthew Gerald and East Baton Rouge Sheriff's Deputy Brad Garafola. The board was created to help the families of the fallen first responders and law enforcement agents.
The meeting will be held at the Louisiana State Capitol on Wednesday at 1 p.m.
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