AKRON — About 500 motorcyclists hit the road Sunday to honor fallen police officers from across Northeast Ohio.
The riders left Century Harley Davidson in Medina and converged later on the Akron Police Department.
There, they remembered the area’s slain police officers with a short ceremony and the singing of the National Anthem.
One of the speakers told the crowd that, despite the danger, there is something special about being a police officer.
“President Obama in Washington one time called it a calling, just like you get a calling to be a minister or professions like that. I think he was right; I think it’s a calling to become a police officer, and we should never forget the sacrifices that our brother officers made.”
One officer is killed, on average, every 57 hours in the United States.
The ride continued through several stops in Cleveland to pay tribute to more…
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