Who is Daniel Hodges? Wiki, Bio, Officer Crushed During Capitol Riots, Family, Career, Net Worth, Many More Facts You Need To Know

Daniel Hodges
Daniel Hodges

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Johnna Jablonski identified as departmental officer Daniel Hodges after posting a picture of the message written by her daughter Emma on Twitter.

“Recovering and doing well,” the Washington police officer “getting better and better”, seen in the video during the Capitol Hill riot, explained the Metropolitan Police in response to a heartwarming letter written by a 10-year-old girl from Montana.

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Daniel Hodges Crushed During Capitol Riots

“Dear Officer, I am Emma and I am 10 years old. I hope you will recover from being crushed. I feel sorry for you,” the letter begins. “These people are really bad to hurt you. I hope you and your family are well and healthy.”

Before ending with “Get Well. – Emma,” she adds, “I almost cried when I watched the video on CNN about people crushing you with a door.”

The Metropolitan Police Department re-tweeted Jablonski’s image of the letter late Monday night and thanked Emma for her “kind words”.

“I just wanted you to know that Officer Hodges was recovering and doing well,” he wrote. “We’ll send you the address [message] where you send it to!”

In an interview with Fox5 DC, Jablonski said Emma was upset after seeing the video in which the officer was trapped. In the footage, Hodges can be seen screaming for help while getting into a stalemate with the pro-Trump gang.
“Watching him,” Jablonski told the station, “What’s going on?” What are they doing to that guy? Why are they doing this? “He started saying and started crying.”

Fox5 DC reported that the mother spoke with her daughter about her feelings and what she can do to show that she cares.

Jablonski added, “So he took his paper and his colored pencils and sat down at the table and wrote only what he had in his heart.

On the other side of the letter, Emma drew a heart with a band-aid on it and said “Get well!”

Jablonski told Fox5DC that he plans to post the letter on Tuesday.

“Emma was very happy knowing she was okay,” she added.

Emma Jablonski got the chance to meet Hodges in a Zoom call set up by NBC4 Washington.

“I’m doing a lot better now and thank you so much for the support. It really means a lot to me and all the officers out there who worked that day. Thank you. How are you doing?” Hodges is heard saying.

“I’m doing well. Are you ok?” she responds.

“Yeah, yeah I’m doing alright all things considered. I just got a headache that won’t quit — I’m kinda of banged up. But I’m looking forward to getting back out there,” he said.