TUCSON, Ariz. (KGUN) — DEA Special Agent Michael Garbo was shot and killed working a drug enforcement operation on an Amtrak practice in downtown Tucson final October.
His loss of life shook the legislation enforcement neighborhood.
Now, Garbo is being remembered throughout National Police Week in Washington DC. His title has been engraved on the National Law Enforcement Officers Memorial.
His household attended ceremonies honoring him.
“Having Agent Garbo memorialized on the wall is something that I don’t know that we’ll ever be able to put into words how that feels,” stated Cheri Oz, DEA Special Agent In Charge, Phoenix Field Division. “I talked to the Garbo family and one of the things they said when they first saw his name on the wall is that he’s immortal. A hundred years from now his name will still be on that wall.”
Special Agent Garbbo’s title can be learn throughout a candlelight vigil Friday night on the National Law Officers Enforcement Memorial.
Garbo and 618 different fallen officers are being added to the memorial.
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