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2- 10-8 Breakfast Strength -Medium Roast 12 oz Ground Coffee
2 Patrol Strong - Medium Dark Roast 12 oz Ground Coffee
1- 20 oz Stainless Steel Vacuum Insulated Tumbler Travel Coffee Mug. Mug keeps cold drinks cold and hot drinks hot. Comes with stainless steel straw and cleaner.
Texas True Blue Coffee
Texas True Blue Coffee Company is all about the men and women that don a uniform, a gun, and a badge. As they go out the door they leave their family behind to safeguard the community they live in. It is about each of them that are willing to run towards danger and gunfire. They put themselves between us and evil that want to do us harm.
These officers are among us. They are our neighbors, a youth soccer coach, a volunteer at church, a scout masters, a son, a daughter, a mother, a father, they are a loving parent and spouse.
Texas True Blue Coffee was formed to make sure we have their back if it comes time.
A significant amount of profit will be dedicated to families of fallen officers and given out by the Texas True Blue Giving Team made up of fallen officer spouses. We will also assist with much needed officer training and reach out to fund programs for inner city youths. While Texas True Blue assists with fallen officer’s families, we will invest in a better community. TEXANS FOR TEXANS!
We only sell the best tasting 100% Arabica Beans , hand crafted, Artisan Roasted and Responsibly sourced.
Origin: Brazil, Honduras, and Columbia.
The Texas True Blue Giving Team was formed to make sure that funds dedicated for fallen, and injured officer's family's needs get to them immediately. They will assure the integrity of giving for those in need. Each giving member have experienced dramatic losses and understand the need for emotional, psychological, and financial needs. Members of Texas True Blue Coffee Giving Team are Cynthia Vetter, Michele Kelley and Michaela Burns.
Trooper James Scott Burns
As Michaela Burns describes her husband, Trooper Scott Bruns, "he was a good man before he became a Trooper but he became a greater man wanting to serve the State of Texas." Scott have it all and laid down his life for Texas.
Trooper Burns was fatally shot in 2008 while pursuing a suspect near the intersection of FM 729 and FM 1969, northeast of Lake of the Pines. A massive manhunt ended with the suspect fatally shooting himself as law enforcement closed in on his location.
He is survived by his wife, 6 month old daughter, parents, and two brothers.
Christopher Dan Kelley
Detective Sergeant Chris Kelley was struck and kille by a subject who had just stolen a patrol car following a struggle as officers attempted to arrest him.
The subject had fled on foot after officers attempted to make a traffic stop on Herrera Trail at approximately 10:00 am. The man ran over a fire hydrant and then fled on foot. Sergeant Kelley located the man and began to struggle with him. The subject broke free, entered an unmarked patrol vehicle, and tried to drive away. He struck Sergeant Kelley and dragged him a short distance as he continued to flee.
The subject was arrested a short time afterward and was later sentenced to life in prison.
Sergeant Kelley was a U.S. Air Force veteran and had served with the Hutto Police Department for 11 years and was assigned as the Criminal Investigations Supervisor. He is survived by his wife and two young children.
Trooper Randall Vetter
Trooper Randall Vetter died from a gunshot wound he received four days earlier while conducting a traffic stop on I-35 in Kyle, Texas.
Trooper Vetter had stopped a 72-year-old driver for not wearing a seatbelt. While he was sitting in his patrol car, the suspect exited his vehicle and opened fire with a rifle. The trooper was struck in the head. Trooper Vetter was able to return fire but did not hit the suspect.
The suspect then used the patrol car's radio to say he shot the officer and requested medical assistance. The suspect was then taken into custody after a brief standoff on the roadway. The suspect was known to local officers for claiming he would shoot any officer who tried to write him a ticket for not wearing a seatbelt. The suspect was convicted of murder and sentenced to life. He died in prison in 2008.
Trooper Vetter had served with the Texas Department of Public Safety for six years. He is survived by his wife and 8-month-old son.