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The family, fiancée of Nassau Deputy Josh Moyers release first public statement since his death

NASSAU COUNTY — It’s been six days since Nassau County Deputy Joshua Moyers was shot during a traffic stop in Callahan.

Speaking for the first time Thursday, Moyers’ family offered words of gratitude for members of law enforcement and the community.

Shared statement from Moyers family and fiancée, Ivy Carter:

“The family and fiancé of Deputy Josh Moyers would like to thank Sheriff Bill Leeper, Nassau County Sheriff’s Office and the multiple law enforcement agencies that have worked tirelessly to capture Patrick McDowell. Thank you to the community for your outpouring of love, support, and prayers during this difficult time. We know the overwhelming response of support shown to us, is a direct result of the impact Josh had on his community. Anyone wishing to pay tribute to Josh, his patrol vehicle is on display at the Nassau County Sheriff’s Office. We ask at this time for privacy, as we navigate and process this loss as a family. Thank you,”

The Moyers Family and Ivy Carter

Samantha Mathers

Samantha Mathers, Action News Jax

Samantha Mathers is a digital reporter and content creator for Action News Jax.

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