Taylor Swift Sends Flowers In Memory Of California Police Officer

Ford Springer | Reporter

Taylor Swift surprised the police department where Sgt. Delbert Pickney used to work by sending a heart-shaped wreath of roses in memory of the late police officer on Thursday.

Pickney, who founded two police programs during his years of service, died of a heart attack while on a hike last week in Claremont, California. On Tuesday the Tustin Police Department in Orange County received a condolence unexpectedly, which they shared on Twitter.

“We received this beautiful wreath today to honor Master Sergeant Pickney’s life of service,” the Tustin Police Department wrote. “Thank you @taylorswift13 for this gesture. It means a great deal to all of us. And thank you for your continued support of our brave men and women in law enforcement.”

Since then, Swift’s kind gesture has spread far and wide, but this isn’t the first time she’s honored a fallen police officer, according to Fox News.

(Photo credit: ANGELA WEISS/AFP/Getty Images)

In October, the “End Game” singer sent flowers to the Los Angeles Police Department to honor an officer who was injured during the shooting in Las Vegas.

Ford Springer



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