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Officer Chris Williams is a 14-year veteran of the Mesa Police Department and a decorated 8-year combat veteran with the US Marine Corps.

 

On April 2, 2020, Officer Williams conducted a routine traffic stop of an individual who, unbeknownst to him at the time,  had a felony warrant for kidnapping.   During the stop, the suspect attempted to run over Officer Williams and a fight ensued.  During the struggle, the suspect grabbed Officer Williams’ duty belt and told him that he had his gun. Officer Williams was able to gain control of his duty weapon and fatally wound the suspect.

 

 

As a result of this and other critical incidences,  Officer Williams has suffered from PTSD-like symptoms and, even with medical help and therapy, has been unable to return to work.

 

 

Officer Williams has exhausted all of his paid leave time and is no longer routinely being paid by the City.  However, he still has to provide for his family and maintain treatment for his diagnosed PTSD/Anxiety Disorder.  To that end, we are attempting to raise $30,000 to assist him financially until he is able to return to work or medically retire.

 

Your support is greatly appreciated.


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July 24th, 2021 Mesa, AZ
Mesa FOP Lodge 9
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$3,520 of $30,000

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11.733333333333% Complete (success)
Organizer Info
July 24th, 2021 Mesa, AZ
Mesa FOP Lodge 9
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Cause Details

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Officer Chris Williams is a 14-year veteran of the Mesa Police Department and a decorated 8-year combat veteran with the...

Officer Chris Williams is a 14-year veteran of the Mesa Police Department and a decorated 8-year combat veteran with the US Marine Corps.

 

On April 2, 2020, Officer Williams conducted a routine traffic stop of an individual who, unbeknownst to him at the time,  had a felony warrant for kidnapping.   During the stop, the suspect attempted to run over Officer Williams and a fight ensued.  During the struggle, the suspect grabbed Officer Williams’ duty belt and told him that he had his gun. Officer Williams was able to gain control of his duty weapon and fatally wound the suspect.

 

 

As a result of this and other critical incidences,  Officer Williams has suffered from PTSD-like symptoms and, even with medical help and therapy, has been unable to return to work.

 

 

Officer Williams has exhausted all of his paid leave time and is no longer routinely being paid by the City.  However, he still has to provide for his family and maintain treatment for his diagnosed PTSD/Anxiety Disorder.  To that end, we are attempting to raise $30,000 to assist him financially until he is able to return to work or medically retire.

 

Your support is greatly appreciated.

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Joyce Caldwell
Thank you for your service 💙 And thank you for being a scout leader for Tey many many moons ago!!
Shirley Eckhardt
I strongly support our men and women in blue who sacrifice for all of us every day! May God bless and heal this hero!
Bri Miccolis
Thank you for all your service! Sending love and prayers to you and your family. ❤️
Sasha Hinze
Thank you for your service Chris!! We love you Jessica and Chris!
Janeen Romney
Thank you for your service!
Rich and Missie Pittmann
Thank you for your service.
Spencer and Becky Price
Chris, we want you to know we are here for anything you or your family needs. You have given so much to so many people and we thank you from the bottom of our hearts.
Michael and Nicole Owens
We love you guys❤️❤️❤️❤️❤️ Love and hugs from the Owens family!
Tommy Bussino
Great Man, great Warrior, great Husband and Father. God Bless Brotha.
Paul Cuellar Paul Cuellar
God bless
Steven Wolfe
Stay strong my Brother.
Mesa FOP Lodge 9
Happy to help one of our Blue Families in need....Mesa FOP Lodge 9
Mark Rees
We are honored to be able to help Officer Williams and his family in their time of need. Mark & Diane Rees
Stephanie Tate
God bless you and your family Chris. I understand the immense struggle that PTSD causes and I hope for your continued healing each day. Even though you are no longer with the department, this 872 has your 6. ❤️

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