KATY — Last Friday morning was a wake-up call that even our finest are oftentimes in harm’s way.
Precinct 5 Deputy Kevin Maxey was in a serious accident Aug. 24, 2018, broadsided on his way to work by a drunk driver. Although the accident left him unconscious, he made a remarkable recovery and avoided serious injury.
Maxey is already back on duty in his Katy-area neighborhood.
Maxey and Constable Ted Heap were touched to receive a hand-stitched cover from Covering the Blue, a group that sends makes lap afghans for wounded officers and K-9’s across the country. This one was sent from Vanessa Matthews in Georgia.
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