Photos: NFL hopeful honors slain Va. officer

One of the cleats honoring Officer Ashley Guindon will be given to her family and the other will be put up for auction


The Free Lance-Star

INDIANAPOLIS —  Former Virginia cornerback Maurice Canady wore Under Armour cleats with the name of slain Prince William County police officer Ashley Guindon written on them while he ran the 40-yard dash at the NFL Combine on Monday morning.

Guindon died of a fatal gunshot wound during a domestic violence call on her first shift as a police officer on Saturday.

One of the cleats will be given to her family and the other will be put up for auction – details are to be determind – with proceeds going to Officer Guindon’s memorial fund. Under Armour will also be making a donation.

Canady’s cousin, Alexus is a police officer in Prince George’s County (Md.) and his aunt, Pam Lewis, was killed in 2002.

 

 

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Virginia defensive back Maurice Canady runs a drill at the NFL football scouting combine in Indianapolis, Monday, Feb. 29, 2016. (AP Image)

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