Published Aug 14, 2019 at 7:19 AM | Updated at 12:49 PM PDT on Aug 14, 2019
The California Highway Patrol office where Officer Andre Moye worked has become a site for a community to grieve after the death of the beloved 33-year-old officer during a horrific shootout in Riverside.
Handwritten messages, wreaths, flowers and other items have been left outside the station. Moye died Aug. 12 when gunfire erupted during a traffic stop in Riverside.
Resident Darwin Hippen is one of the community members who stopped by to pay his respects to the slain officer.
"Every time I drive by I see the flag at half-mast, I think, 'Who have we lost now?'"
Members of other law enforcement agencies also have stopped by the memorial.
"It struck close to home," said Sgt. Aaron Lester, of the Kauai, Hawaii Police Department, when he visited the memorial Wednesday morning. "He's a young guy, my age. I just hate to see any of us lose anybody like that."
Scrool down to see some of the items left in memory of Officer Moye.