Procession Held for Fallen Riverside County Sheriff’s Deputy
A solemn procession took place yesterday afternoon, honoring the life and sacrifice of Riverside County Deputy Brett Harris, who tragically lost his life due to injuries sustained in an on-duty traffic accident.
The procession, organized in collaboration with Moreno Valley and Perris communities, moved through the streets, paying tribute to the fallen hero.
The procession was covered in the evening news on KTLA 5.
Deputy Brett Harris, a dedicated law enforcement officer, passed away over the weekend as a result of a catastrophic brain injury suffered in a collision on Friday night in San Jacinto.
The young deputy, only 26 years old, fought courageously but succumbed to his injuries, leaving behind a grieving wife and a shattered law enforcement community.
The procession commenced as two fellow deputies led the way, guiding the hearse carrying Deputy Brett Harris’ body from the hospital to the Riverside County Coroner’s Office.
This rolling tribute served as a powerful reminder of the risks and sacrifices faced by law enforcement officers in the line of duty.
The entire community joined together to express their gratitude and support for Deputy Harris and his family during this difficult time.
The loss of a dedicated officer serves as a stark reminder of the dangers law enforcement officers encounter daily in their commitment to safeguarding the community.
Deputy Brett Harris will be remembered for his unwavering dedication, selflessness, and bravery.
The law enforcement community and the residents of Riverside County mourn the loss of a true hero who made the ultimate sacrifice in the service of his community.
May Deputy Brett Harris rest in peace, and may his family find solace in the outpouring of love and support from the community he so faithfully served.