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CrimeOfficer Matthew Rittner's widow discovered she was pregnant after his death

17:00  08 may  2019
17:00  08 may  2019 Source:   wisn.com

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The widow of fallen Milwaukee Police Officer Matthew Rittner has revealed she is pregnant.

Caroline Rittner found out she was pregnant shortly after her husband's death, Milwaukee Police Lt. Kristin Felsman told WISN 12 news Tuesday.

A suspect fatally shot Officer Matthew Rittner Feb. 6 while he was on duty.

Caroline Rittner held a baby gender reveal party with her husband's unit.

They released pink balloons from a box, signaling she's having a girl.

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Several people spoke about Officer Rittner ' s dedication to his work and family. A fellow officer was one of the speakers at Wednesday's service at Timothy Nelson stood outside Oak Creek Assembly of God and waved an American flag during fallen Officer Matthew Rittner ' s visitation Wednesday

"I'm just supporting Officer Rittner and his family and all law enforcement and first responders But over the last eight months, Milwaukee has coped with the deaths of three officers killed in the line of duty. As the service began, Rittner ’ s fellow officers stood, heads bowed, in somber silence by his

"It was met with mixed emotions," Felsman said. "Extremely joyful emotions because, (it's) another legacy of Matt, and obviously very sad emotions because Matt would not be there to share in the joy of a new life."

A post sharing photos of the gender reveal is circulating on Facebook.

The baby is due in October.

Rittner and his wife also have a son.

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