Ride to Remember Memorial honors slain Stockton PD Officer

The Beyond the Call of Duty End of Watch Ride to Remember came to the Stockton Police Department’s Operations Building this morning with their Memorial Trailer to honor officer Jimmy Inn and his family.

Photos by Contributor Joshua Brewer

The Beyond the Call of Duty End of Watch Ride to Remember came to the Stockton Police Department’s Operations Building this morning with their Memorial Trailer to honor officer Jimmy Inn and his family.

This year the group is honoring 608 fallen officers who were killed in the line of duty in 2021. Their trip began on June 1 in Spokane, Wash. and their group will be traveling almost 21,000 miles within 79 days as a way to honor and remember the sacrifices of fallen officers across the nation.

Motorcyclists of Beyond the Call of Duty lead the rolling memorial for officers who lost their lives in the line of duty down Market Street in Stockton. The group was in town to honor slain Stockton PD officer Jimmy, Inn, who was fatally shot on May 11, 2021. (JOSHUA BREWER/CONTRIBUTOR)

Inn, was fatally on May 11, 2021 while responding to a domestic disturbance call. He was 30 years old and had been a a Stockton PD officer since 2015.

To find out more about the End of Watch Ride organization, please visit their website at www.endofwatchride.com.

Tela Inn, wife of Jimmy Inn, leaves a heartfelt note next to the Stockton Police Department badge. (JOSHUA BREWER/CONTRIBUTOR)
Josiah Giles, Lexy Sybounheuang, Genesis Giles, Jimmy Inn’s son Jacen Inn and other family members stand next to Jimmy Inn’s photo on the EOW Ride to Remember trailer. (JOSHUA BREWER/CONTRIBUTOR)
Ray Schwabe (left) smiles at Jacen Inn, being held by his mother Tela Inn in front of Jimmy Inn’s memorial. (JOSHUA BREWER/CONTRIBUTOR)
The Beyond the Call of Duty truck and trailer roll past the Stockton Police Department . (JOSHUA BREWER/CONTRIBUTOR)

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