BBQ Fundraiser Set For Fallen CHP Officer’s Family
January 8, 2018 - bbq set
HAYWARD, CA – An all-day fundraising eventuality to respect depressed Officer Andrew Camilleri and support his family is designed Tuesday, Jan. 9 during Famous Dave’s Bar-B-Que in Hayward, orderly by a California Highway Patrol and Police and Fire: The Fallen Heroes.
The event will run 11 a.m. to 10 p.m. and feature, not usually good barbecue, though also raffle prizes and a live auction in a bar during dusk hours, according to a Walnut Creek-based Fallen Heroes organization.
Camilleri, a 33-year-old father and father of 3 from Tracy, was killed and his partner, Officer Jonathan Velasquez, harmed on Christmas Eve when a suspected marred and speeding motorist rear-ended their unit automobile parked along southbound Interstate Highway 880 in Hayward.
Murder charges were filed this week opposite a driver, Hayward proprietor Mohammed Ali, 22, who was believed to have been underneath a change of ethanol and pot during a time of a Dec. 24 crash, Alameda County District Attorney Nancy O’Malley said.
In further to second-degree murder, a charges opposite Ali embody pushing underneath a change of alcohol, pushing with a blood-alcohol calm of 0.08 percent or aloft causing injuries to Velasquez, pushing underneath a change of a multiple of drugs and alcohol, as good as pushing during speeds of over 100 mph, according to O’Malley.
Two commemorative supports were determined final week for Camilleri’s family, one by a CHP Credit Union, accessible by clicking here.Donations also can be done by promulgation checks, done payable to “Officer Camilleri Memorial Fund,” to P.O. Box 276507, Sacramento, CA 95827.
A second fundraiser, entitled “CHP Officer Andrew Camilleri,” was launched on GoFundMe by an particular who pronounced he was among those during a collision scene.
Famous Dave’s in Hayward is during 790 W. Winston Ave.
–Bay City News contributed to this report/Image pleasantness of Police and Fire: The Fallen Heroes