Tribute to Army Veteran & Law Vegas Police Officer Charleston Hartfield-Died 2017 Las Vegas
6.24.21 Thanks for your service & ultimate sacrifice on that terrible day. God bless & prayers for your family. It's ironic that Charleston Hartfield just published a book in July of 2017. Here is the info: Memoirs Of A Public Servant Jul 2, 2017 by Charleston Hartfield. This is definitely NOT a paid promotion, but he's no longer here to tell about it. It can be bought on numerous sites. I like writing myself, so I appreciate how hard he had to work to get it done. In addition, I'd like to say HARTFIELD puts Loveland, Co.'s elder-dementia-torturing cops to SHAME: former Loveland Police Department officers Austin Hopp and Daria Jalali. A 3rd. has stepped down, unknown name.
My original title to this video:Tribute to Army Veteran & Law Vegas Police Officer Charleston Hartfield-Died 2017 Las Vegas
Link to raw police bocycam video from Vegas shooting:
REMEMBER NATIONAL FIRST RESPONDERS DAY, 10.28.21, FOR THE ONES WHO ACTUALLY DESERVE IT.
Edited version of FFDP's dedication video, link below. I own no rights nor can this be monetized.
Note: The killer was caught after injuring/killing over 800 people, but I refuse to put the bastard's name here. You can find the info on Wikipedia if you care to.
Link to Procession: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6lUIUBk0hwg
Officer Charleston Hartfield Procession
Oct 4, 2017
Las Vegas Metropolitan Police
LVMPD mourns the loss of a brave member of our crime-fighting family. Officer Charleston Hartfield was among the 58 people killed in Sunday night's mass shooting. This video shows the solemn escort of his body to Palm Downtown Mortuary and Cemetery, where he will be laid to rest. Thursday, at 6PM, there will be a vigil for Officer Hartfield at Police Memorial Park, located at 3250 Metro Academy Way.
Link to Staff Sgt. Victor Joecks' story: https://www.dvidshub.net/news/252598/nevada-guard-las-vegas-metro-honors-1sg-police-officer-killed-lv-strip-shooting
"LAS VEGAS, NV, UNITED STATES
Story by Staff Sgt. Victor Joecks
17th Sustainment Brigade Public Affairs Section
LAS VEGAS — Selfless service defined the life, career and death of First Sgt. Charleston Hartfield, who served with the 100th Quartermaster Company, 17th Special Troops Battalion, 17th Sustainment Brigade, and as a Las Vegas Metro police officer.
The Nevada National Guard, Metro and the community of Las Vegas joined together on October 20, 2017 to honor Hartfield. On October 1, Hartfield was attending the Route 91 Harvest festival in Las Vegas when a gunman opened fire from the Mandalay Bay hotel across the street. The gunman killed 58 people, including Hartfield who was off-duty at the time.
A 100-plus vehicle motorcade transported Hartfield’s flag-draped coffin from Palm Mortuary to Central Christian Church in Henderson. Thousands lined the streets to pay respects and honor Hartfield as the motorcade moved down the Las Vegas Strip. At the church, hundreds of officers from local military and law enforcement agencies salut
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