Police Have Drive By Parade for Fallen Officer’s Daughters

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FORT WORTH, TX – Police in Forth Worth held a very special driveby ceremony for the daughters of fallen police officer Dwayne Freeto.  Freeto was killed when his patrol vehicle was struck by an intoxicated motorist from behind while he was assisting a citizen with a flat tire on Interstate 35 in 2006.  This week was his daughter Jenna’s birthday and his other daughter Jordin just graduated from Texas A&M University.  Not able to host proper celebrations due to COVID-19, Officer Freeto’s fellow brothers made sure the day was special for his children.

“Happy 17th Birthday Jenna & Congratulations Jordin on your Texas A&M University graduation,” the department said. “On May 9, 2020, FWPD along with the Fort Worth Fire Department and numerous outside agencies joined in celebration with a family brigade to honor Jordin and Jenna. Special THANKS to all the volunteers and organizations who made this moment possible.”

Freeto Family Brigade

Happy 17th Birthday Jenna & Congratulations Jordin on your Texas A&M University graduation!On May 9, 2020, FWPD along with the Fort Worth Fire Department and numerous outside agencies joined in celebration with a family brigade to honor Jordin and Jenna. Special THANKS to all the volunteers and organizations who made this moment possible!Officer Dwayne Freeto, father of Jordin and Jenna, was killed when his patrol vehicle was struck by an intoxicated motorist from behind while he was assisting a citizen with a flat tire on Interstate 35 in 2006. #3573

Posted by Fort Worth Police Department on Saturday, May 9, 2020

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