ROCKFORD, Ill. (WTVO) — The Rockford Police Department is asking residents to use blue light bulbs in their porch lights, through November 8th, to remember fallen Officer Jaimie Cox.
November 5th marks two years since Cox died.
He was killed in 2017 when he pulled over Eddie Patterson for a traffic stop. Both men died in the incident.
The Jaimie Cox Foundation’s “Drive for the Troops” event begins today, and accepts monetary donations to send care packages to active military overseas.
ROCKFORD, IL COLLECTION POINTS
Mass Mutual – 4453 N Mulford Rd. M-F 8am-4pm
Heartland Hospice – 6000 East State Street, First Floor
Schiro’s Restaurant – 1201 N. Springfield Ave.
M-F 11am-9pm, Sat- Noon-10:30pm
Clodius & Co. – 252 S Mulford Rd. M-F 10am-7pm
Rockford Police Department HQ – 557 S. New Towne Dr. M-F 8am-6pm
Rockford Fire Department HQ – 204 S. 1st St. M-F 8am-5pm
LOVES PARK, IL COLLECTION POINT
Food 4 Fuel – 4150 N Perryville Rd. Sat 8am-8pm
ROSCOE, IL COLLECTION POINTS
Sublime Construction Inc. – 5718 Rural Edge Dr.
M-F 7am-8am OR drop box at location all day.
Bootcamp Academy – 5486 Elevator Rd. M-F 9:30am-7pm
ROCKTON, IL COLLECTION POINT
Caseys General Store – Rockton Rd. near Walmart – 24HRS
ELMHURST, IL COLLECTION POINT
Goldfish Swim School – 614 N Michigan St. Tues. 9am-8pm
CARY, IL COLLECTION POINT
Wildrose Floral Design – 27 E Main St. Sat. 10am-2pm
Foundation Collection event: Sunday, November 10th from 10AM-4PM at the Machesney Park Armory.
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