100% of the net profits will be donated in memory of Officer Nate Lyday to benefit Officer Lyday’s family.
Officer Lyday was answering a domestic abuse call in the 300 block of Jackson Avenue after a woman called 911 to report that her husband was threatening to kill her.
John Benedict Coleman, 53, reportedly confronted the officers on the home’s porch, before returning back into the home and firing at officers through the closed door. Officer Lyday was hit by gunfire.
He was transported to McKay-Dee Hospital and doctors at the emergency room at pronounced him dead. Officer Lyday had only been on the job for 15 months
Officer Lyday is survived by his wife of 5 years.
On behalf of Shield Republic, we honor Officer Lyday for his sacrifice. Our deepest condolences go out to his family, friends, and the Ogden City Police Department.
Please help with donations by participating in the fundraiser via the following link: https://www.shieldrepublic.com/products/100-donation-hold-the-line-officer-nate-lyday