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Enjoy a luxury tropical living experience at Galveston’s most affordable condominium community

Galveston Blue Knights Chapter Supports Slain Officer’s Family

Completely Renovated and Upgraded

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Blue Knights Motorcycle Chapter 31 attended a fundraiser for Pasadena Police Officer Jesse Hamilton killed in the line of duty on August 21, 2009.

Galveston Police Lt. D.J. Alvarez, President of the Blue Knights Galveston Chap- ter is pictured with several chapter members presenting officer Hamilton‘s widow, Amanda with a check.

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Chapter XXXI of the Blue Knights Law Enforcement Motorcycle Organization recently donated $500 to support the Houston Regional Amber Alert Program.

Pictured: Galveston Police Lieutenant, and Texas 31 President D.J. Alvarez: Beth Alberts- CEO, Texas Center for the Missing, Houston Regional Amber Alert Coor- dinator and Pasadena Police Sgt.Mike Baird, Texas 31 Director

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TAking A Dive

The driver of this car drove his car at a high rate of speed through the load- ing zone of the Galves- ton to Bolivar Ferry, crashed over the me- chanical safety block- ade and into the water. His body was removed by divers in 30' of wa- ter. Officials say it ap- pears to have been an- intentional act. (Police News On Scene Photo)

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