Sheriff Lamb, in conjunction with the American Sheriff Foundation and 100 Club of Arizona is raffling off his cowboy hat identical to the hat featured in his lipsync challenge of Chris Ledoux’s “This Cowboys Hat.” According to the foundations website:
The winner and a friend will get to fly to Greene County, meet Sheriff Lamb, and personally deliver the money we raise for the Roberts family. Each raffle ticket is $20 and there is NO LIMIT to how many tickets you may purchase. All donations are TAX DEDUCTIBLE. The money we raise will go directly into the hands of the Roberts family.
The Raffle will be held November 10, 2018. Click here for more information and to enter.
— Mark Lamb (@sherifflamb1) October 14, 2018
From the Officer Down Memorial Page:
Deputy Sheriff Aaron Roberts drowned after his patrol car was swept into the swollen Pomme de Terre River in the area of Cabin Creek Road and Farm Road 2 at 8:30 pm, September 7, 2018.
He had responded to a 911 hangup call in the area and was returning into service when he made an emergency radio broadcast stating his vehicle had been swept off of the road in floodwaters. After an intensive search, rescue crews located his vehicle approximately 50 yards downstream and recovered Deputy Roberts’ body from inside.
Deputy Roberts had served with the Greene County Sheriff’s Office for one year and had previously served with the Willard Police Department. He is survived by his wife, 7-year-old daughter, and parents.