Corporal Ronil Singh’s uncle had this to say about his nephew, slain police officer Ronil Singh:
“My adventurous nephew lived life to its fullest in just 33 years. My family’s Action Hero Honorable Ronil Singh. Working on Christmas Night to provide the best for his family. Singh is King forever!! Love you Beta. See you in heaven.“
Newman (CA) Police Officer Ronil Singh was shot and killed during a traffic stop just before 1:00 AM the day after Christmas. At 12:57 AM, Officer Singh called in to tell dispatch he had a stopped a gray pickup with no license plate at Merced Street and Eucalyptus Avenue in Newman. A few moments later he called out “shots fired, I’m shot” over the radio.
Multiple agencies responded to assist, finding Singh with gunshot wounds at the scene. Singh was transported to a local hospital where he was pronounced deceased. He is survived by his wife, Anamika, and their 5-month-old son.
ILLEGAL ALIEN SUSPECT ENJOYED SANCTUARY BEFORE BEING ARRESTED
Stanislaus County Sheriff Adam Christianson announced the arrest of Gustavo Perez Arriaga, living in the US illegally, for the shooting death of Cpl. Singh. He said Arriaga was in the U.S. illegally, had a history of several DUI’s, had outstanding warrants, and was known to Newman police. According to Christianson, Arriaga had not been deported because of the SANCTUARY LAWS in California.
FUND THE WALL, BUILD THE WALL
As Congresswoman Nancy Pelosi (D-CA) screeches “No Wall!” and as Senator Chuck Schumer (D-NY) tells the president “You will not get your wall!” Americans like Ronil Singh are being slaughtered by people who should not be here in the first place. Two small children died this month because of the Attractive Nuisance at our southern border. When is enough, enough?
AMERICAN PATRIOT: SINGH CAME HERE TO PURSUE HIS AMERICAN DREAM
Officer Singh was a native of Fiji and had been employed by Newman Police Department since July 2011, according to Newman Police Chief Randy Richardson. It was his lifelong dream to become a police officer, joining a small-town police force in California and working to improve his English.
“He came to America with one purpose, and that was to serve this country, a real American Patriot” Richardson said.
Singh drove more than two hours each way to attend the police academy in Yuba City, according to Richardson. He then joined the Merced County sheriff’s office as a reserve officer and worked as an animal control officer in Turlock before being hired by the Newman force in 2011.
English was Singh’s third language and he spoke it with a thick accent. To be better understood when he was talking on his car radio, he took pronunciation classes, said the police chief.
“He loved camping, loved hunting, loved fishing, loved his family,” said a fellow officer who knew Singh.
MAJORITY OF AMERICANS WANT BORDER SECURITY NOW !!!
For decades Americans were unaware of the invasion of foreign nationals, illegal drugs & human trafficking coming across our southern border. The rate of illegal immigration due to the government’s failure to ENFORCE THE LAW was unknown to virtually every American EXCEPT Federal bureaucrats and politicians.
No longer living in blissful ignorance and well aware of the damage open borders cause to Americans and America, Americans are demanding that it STOP. Now! Fund The Wall.
“A very adventurous & beautiful soul, taken away too soon. He leaves behind wife and 5 months old son. He was a great role model for our next generation of Indo Americans. Dang! He’ll be missed,” wrote his uncle.
Diane L. Gruber
Brian Kolfage, severely wounded in Iraq, has set up a GoFundMe account where Americans can send donations to build the wall.