Be Worthy

On July 14, 2023, an unprovoked individual opened fire on four Fargo Police officers and citizens. Officer Jake Wallin, died, and two other officers, Officers Dotas and Hawes, were critically injured. When asked during a recent press conference, when asked, “what do you want the state of North Dakota what he (Officer Robinson) meant to this situation and what he did to save a lot of people. “Be worthy. Be worthy of what he did. Be worthy of what all these men and women do. Be worthy.”


Fargo Police Officer Jake Wallin, a native of St. Michael, Minnesota, was fatally shot in the incident. Wallin, a graduate of Alexandria Technical and Community College and an attendee of the American Military University, served in the Minnesota Army National Guard and had professional experience in the security sector. Jake was a graduate of Fargo Police Academy IV and became an FPD Officer on April 19, 2023. On that day, he was sworn into law enforcement by Fargo Police Chief Dave Zibolski and his badge was pinned onto him by his father, Jeff. Jake was in field training with the FPD at the time of his death. When asked to describe his interest in law enforcement, Jake stated that being an FPD Officer was an exciting opportunity to truly make a difference in this community. Officer Wallin was 23 years old.


Fargo Police Officer Andrew Dotas is a six-year FPD team member. Dotas serves as an FPD Training Officer, a member of the Crowd Management Team, Red River Valley SWAT Negotiations Team and a department Motorcycle Officer. Dotas is also a member of the North Dakota Air National Guard.


Fargo Police Officer Tyler Hawes was Wallin’s classmate in FPD Academy IV, becoming an FPD Officer on April 19, 2023; he is currently completing FPD field training. Hawes attended the University of Minnesota-Morris and graduated with a degree in Psychology. Prior to joining FPD, he worked as a Corrections Officer.


Both Officers Dotas and Hawes have a long road of recovery ahead of them.


All proceeds from the sale of the t-shirts and decals will be donated to the Leadership Legacy Fund, a fund created by several Fargo Police Department sergeants to support Fargo Police officers and their families during times of need such as this one.



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