In today’s era where anti-law enforcement rhetoric, fueled by misguided movements and special interest groups, seems to be the new daily narrative for national media and political leaders, we are losing more heroes than ever in our communities.  Sheriff Scott Rose from the Dodge County Sheriff’s Office launched the podcast in November 2020 to do something special, tell the stories of the fallen.

Here’s a sixty second trailer to explain more about the show. We are happy to announce that we will be adding Sheriff Rose’s show to our content lineup here at Thin Blue Line TV.

The Thomas Welch Story

In 1866, 35 year old Thomas Welch was one of four men assigned to police beats from 8pm-sunrise in Omaha, Nebraska, under the leadership of Bill (Uncle Billy) Snowden, who is known as the first white settler in Omaha. On August 17th, Officer Welch would encounter a drunken soldier in a beer garden who had just mustered out of the Nebraska 1st Regiment.  It would be his last encounter – a hero’s story that still leaves many unanswered questions to this day…

Omaha, Nebraska in 1866

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