Cops Cycling for Survivors arrives in Angola

Their destination for the night, riders with Cops Cycling for Survivors rolled into Angola just after 4 p.m. Wednesday complete with an escort from Indiana State Police motorcycle officers and several other police patrol vehicles and a tail vehicle from the Cops Cycling for Survivors organization. The ride spans 13 days and covers nearly 1,000 miles, honoring fallen officers and their families. People gathered on the Public Square Wednesday as the riders made their way into Angola to show their support and local officers had the road closed to traffic to let the ride through. The ride started Monday in Indianapolis. Retired Angola City Police Department Detective Tim Crooks is one of the riders that took part in day three of the ride that arrived in Angola. Day four of the ride will take off today from Angola and will have riders traveling through LaGrange before arriving in the South Bend and Mishawaka area for the evening. For more on the ride visit copscycling4survivors.org.

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