Tilted Kilt raises over $11,000 for Fahey family

Tilted Kilt in Cleveland raised $11,430 in sales and cash donations, a rep for the downtown bar said this week. The all-day benefit was held Feb. 2.

Fahey was killed June 24 as he was setting up road flares on Interstate 90 in Cleveland. A Lorain man, Israel Alvarez, was arrested and charged with aggravated vehicular homicide and felony hit-and-run in connection with the case.

Fahey is the first officer killed in the line of duty since 2008, when Patrolman Derek Owens was shot during a chase on the city’s Southeast side.

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Sources:
Bona, Marc. (2017, February 7 Published). 3 fundraisers top $19,000 for family of Cleveland officer David Fahey. Retrieved from URL.


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