IPOF Shay Shirt

(Injured Police Officer's Fund/Facebook)

LAS VEGAS (FOX5) -- Those who have not had a chance to attend one of the fundraising events for LVMPD Officer Shay Mikalonis can now order shirts online.

The Injured Police Officers Fund has a section on its website that offers shirts for Officer Shay in various sizes and styles.

According to the website, the IPOF currently has a limited stock of shirts. However, it notes that it has ordered more shirts and they will be in stock on June 26.

To purchase a shirt or for more information, visit: https://store.ipof.vegas/product-category/shirts-tops/

For those who are not interested in a shirt, the IPOF has set up additional avenues for donations. Donations can be made at both Wells Fargo and Nevada State Bank referencing the below account information:

  • Wells Fargo Bank Account#: 5906600647
  • Nevada State Bank Account#: 5795937845

100% of the money donated goes directly to Officer Mikalonis and his family, the group notes.

LVMPD Officer Shay Mikalonis was injured in a shooting during protests near the Circus Circus on Monday, June 1.

On Saturday, June 13, with permission of the family, police shared that Mikalonis remains on a ventilator. He's paralyzed from the neck down and unable to speak, they said. However, the family reiterated he is awake and appears to recognize his family members.

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(1) comment

just sayin'

How is it a man with a history of criminal activity and prison time, who was unjustly murdered, has a GoFundMe page, that has amassed over $14 million dollars? This officer working, was shot during one of the riots caused by his death. Mr Floyd was no angle, he did not deserve to die, but he also does not deserve all the donated money he is receiving. He should not have had a horse drawn carriage, caring his GOLD casket. He was not a dignitary, president or man of honor, to warrant such a large funeral procession. I can't even say he was a rehabilitated criminal, he was trying to pass counterfeit money, the day he died. Officer Mikalonis and all law enforcement, should be able to go after his estate?

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