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Family of Southport Lt. Aaron Allan Releases Statement after His Death

Stacy Allan thanked the community for the support that she and her family have received since her husband's death. Lt. Allan was shot and killed last week when he arrived at the scene of a flipped-over vehicle.

SOUTHPORT, Ind. -- The family of the Southport police Lieutenant killed in the line of duty last week has released a statement to the community.

Stacy Allan thanked the community for the support that she and her family have received since the death of her husband, Lt. Aaron Allan. Lt. Allan was shot and killed Thursday afternoon when he arrived at the scene of a flipped-over vehicle. He was shot multiple times by someone inside the car and was rushed to Eskenazi Health where he later died.

Jason Brown, 28, has been arrested and faces a murder charge in Lt. Allan's death. 

Visitation for Lt. Allan is Friday from 2 p.m. to 7 p.m. at Crown Hill Funeral Home. His funeral is set for 11 a.m. Saturday at Bankers Life Fieldhouse in downtown Indianapolis.


Lt. Allan's wife issued the following statement Sunday evening from the Allan family:

It is with unimaginable emotion, that the Allan Family would like to express our deepest gratitude, for the outpouring of support we have and continue to receive from the Community and across our Country. Aaron, my husband, a family man, and an amazing friend to so many, helped anyone in need. Aaron was my rock and we are all so heartbroken. I will be forever grateful our Heavenly Father shared him with me and our boys, where we experienced such unconditional love. He was not only proud to wear the badge, he was a proud father and husband. There is no room in my heart for anger or hate, only peace knowing Aaron died doing what he loved. Aaron was honored to serve with his Brother's and Sister's in Blue. As we celebrate Aaron's life in the coming days, the family would like to ask for our privacy. Please continue to demonstrate peace and support to our officers and first responders as they continue to hold the Thin Blue Line, for all of us. Blessed are the Peacemakers, for they shall be called the children of God.

Stacy Allan and Family

(Photo by RTV6)

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