FORT MYERS, Fla. --- Fort Myers Police Department have confirmed that Officer Jobbers-Miller has passed away.
Fort Myers Police Department released the following statement:
"It is with a heavy heart that we inform our community that Fort Myers Police Officer Adam Jobbers-Miller has passed away as a result of the injuries sustained on Saturday, July 21st. We ask that you continue to pray for Officer Jobbers-Miller’s family, friends, and our entire Fort Myers Police Department Family."
Agencies throughout Southwest Florida showed support to Officer Jobbers-Miller on social media.
— North Port Police (@NorthPortPolice) July 29, 2018
It is with a heavy heart that we inform our community that Ft. Myers Police Officer Adam Jobbers-Miller has passed away as a result of the injuries sustained on Saturday, July 21st. Please continue to pray for Officer Jobbers-Miller’s family, friends and our entire FMPD Family pic.twitter.com/sz1U5huO5a
— Fort Myers Police (@fortmyerspolice) July 29, 2018
The Cape Coral Police Department is extremely saddened about the passing of FMPD Officer Adam Jobbers-Miller. We are all family and this hurts us all. Please pray for and keep Adam’s family, friends, community, and the FMPD family in your thoughts. pic.twitter.com/PydOpGG07H
— Cape Coral Police (@CapePD) July 28, 2018
On behalf of the Florida Highway Patrol, its with a heavy heart that we express our deepest sympathy to fallen FMPD Officer Adam Jobbers-Millers family & @fortmyerspolice ...we are mourning with you, rest in peace our brother pic.twitter.com/wsbFzSMilf
— Lt. Gregory Bueno (@FHPSWFL) July 28, 2018
Please keep the family of @fortmyerspolice Officer Adam Jobbers-Miller in your prayers as he died from the gunshot wound he sustained while protecting his fellow Floridians. There is no ordinary day in law enforcement: every day they risk everything for us.
— Adam Putnam (@adamputnam) July 29, 2018
We are devastated to learn @FortMyersPolice Officer Adam Jobbers-Miller passed away a week after being shot by a monster—while trying to protect Florida citizens. Our prayers to his family and our entire law enforcement community. pic.twitter.com/TTS9Fn9zOq
— Fla. AG Pam Bondi (@AGPamBondi) July 28, 2018