Cleveland, OH - The Police Union is trying to raise money for the family of fallen Officer AJ Schroeder.
Officer Schroeder was killed while serving an arrest warrant back in August. The union is selling commemorative lapel pins to honor AJ.
The price is three-dollars a pin and there are about four-hundred available. Each police officer and civilian assigned to the first district was given a pin by the union. Schroeder leaves behind a wife and infant son.
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