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A non-profit organization donates money to the family of a Las Vegas police officer after he was killed in the line of duty.

 

LAS VEGAS (KLAS) — A non-profit organization is returning money to the daughter of a Las Vegas cop killed in the line of duty.

On Tuesday, Smoking Shields donated funds to Jada Tai, the daughter of Metro officer Trung Tai, who was killed on October 13, 2022 while answering a call about domestic unrest.

  • Officer Tai’s Daughter Receives a Donation from Smoking Shields (LVMPD)
  • Officer Tai’s Daughter Receives a Donation from Smoking Shields (LVMPD)
  • Officer Tai’s Daughter Receives a Donation from Smoking Shields (LVMPD)

Tai, 49, was a 23-year veteran of the department when he was shot and killed in an incident near UNLV.

  • Officer Truong Tai was killed in a shootout on October 13 while answering a call about domestic unrest, according to the Las Vegas Metropolitan Police Department. (LVMPD)
  • The funeral procession of the deceased LVMPD officer Truong Tai. (CLAS)
  • The funeral procession of the deceased LVMPD officer Truong Tai. (CLAS)
  • Funeral of LVMPD officer Truong Tai. (CLAS)

The purpose of Smoking Shields is to provide financial assistance to law enforcement professionals and the country’s armed forces, as well as their immediate families.

Jada’s mom, Angela, as well as Sheriff McMahill, LVMPD executive staff, and the Las Vegas Police Protection Association attended the special presentation.

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