I know this is last minute, but if you’re in the Bay Area today and want to help out a fellow LEO, it’d be much appreciated.
“Sgt. Brian Carter has worked for the Martinez Police Department since 2000. The 36-year-old father of two young sons was diagnosed last year with Non Hodgkinâ€™s Lymphoma, an aggressive form of cancer involving the cells of the immune system. His cancer went into remission after he underwent chemotherapy and radiation, but returned recently and he must undergo a stem cell transplant at Stanford Hospital, according to Martinez Police Commander Gary Peterson.”
Thanks to Claycord.com for making us aware of Sgt. Carter’s battle. If you can help out, just follow Claycord’s link (above) for more info!