Members from Arkansas chapters of the Thin Blue Line LEMC participated in a Make a Wish foundation dream come true for a fine young man.
This is who we are!
THIN BLUE LINE LAW ENFORCEMENT MOTORCYCLE CLUB…who we are and represent!
Due to the tragic and senseless loss of four wonderful members and several injured, this has gone viral on social media as well as news media nation wide. We remember our brothers:
Jerry Wayne Harbour, AKA “Wings” – National Ambasador
Joseph Paglia, AKA “GT” – President, Chicago Chapter
Mike White, AKA “Psycho” – Chicago Chapter Secretary
Sqt. Joseph “Kelly” Lazo – Chicago Chapter Vice President – July 31, 2020
“Thin Blue Line Law Enforcement Motorcycle Club” is not just a riding club. We are law enforcement motorcycle club whose members are active duty, retired, or reserve law enforcement officers, from a variety of agencies and jurisdictions, along with our military and civilian friends, who support us in our profession. We are one large family from all walks of life from the United States to Hawaii to Australia.
We were created on June 20, 2009 by Rico Garcia and his brothers Gilo and Coyote. As a fraternal organization, we strive to support one another, law enforcement professionals and our community. Our colors clearly identify our affiliation with law enforcement and we are bound by our oath of office and law enforcement “code of ethics.” We support the families of our fallen brothers and sisters killed in the line of duty as well as military and our club families.” Our members reflect the positive image for our profession and our club.
Please pray for the families of the four wonderful men that lost their life so tragically and our members that were injured in this senseless and tragic accident. Pray for all of our leadership and members as we grieve with heavy hearts! WE STAND TOGETHER!
“THIN BLUE LINE LAW ENFORCEMENT MOTORCYCLE CLUB”
February 22, 2020
Members participated in a ride for Warriors Refuge.
Warriors Refuge is a nonprofit organization in West Columbia Texas providing veteran’s homeless shelter, counseling, resource and training center.
For more information on Warriors Refuge – see their website. https://thewarriorsrefuge.us/
December 1, 2019 – Hawaii chapter participated in a Toys for Tots event.
December 1, 2019 – Chicago held its Toys for Tots 42nd Chicago Motorcycle Parade and it was a huge success. Thin Blue Line LE MC Illinois wishes to thank everyone that donated for this outstanding cause.
The fall Chicago weather held out and it was a pleasant day of riding….until 5 miles from home with the ice cold rain, but…as an LE MC, it’s what we do! Looking forward to the 43rd in 2020.
Stay safe and have a Happy Holiday Season!
November 30, 2019 – Members of Thin Blue Line LE MC Texas participated in the Blue Knights 15th Annual Toy Run on Saturday, November 30th., benefiting the USMC Toys for Tots program.
November 24, 2019 – This is what we do, Thin Blue Line LE MC, St. Landry chapter teamed up with Crime Stoppers, New Hope Fellowship and Samaritan’s Purse to spread the love of God and the TBL LEMC Love worldwide.
Boys and girls gifts, crime stoppers items, school supplies, and personal hygiene items being shipped to 3 world kids.
Special thanks to Donnie Thibodeaux and Stephanie Young Thibodeaux for doing a lot of the leg work.
November 24, 2019 – What a great day! The New Braunfels Chapter of the Thin Blue Line Law Enforcement Motorcycle Club had the privilege of donating $300.00 to the Blue Santa, New Braunfels and the Green Santa, Comal County programs. We had a great time with both the New Braunfels Police Department and the Comal County Sheriff’s Office at their annual Baseball game.
We love supporting our local law enforcement and giving back to our community. We are looking forward to helping with the toy deliveries. A special thanks to the Austin Chapter of the Thin Blue Line LEMC, your support has been amazing.