Cpl. Adam McMillan being honored, remembered by Colts’ Ryan Kelly

Cpl. Adam McMillan being honored, remembered by Colts’ Ryan Kelly
Cpl. Adam McMillan, 42, suffered serious injuries in a crash with a bus Thursday (Source: Hamilton County Sheriff's Office)

INDIANAPOLIS (FOX19) - Hamilton County Sheriff’s Office Corporal Adam McMillan is being honored and remembered by Indianapolis Colts center Ryan Kelly.

As part of the NFL’s My Cause My Cleats program, Kelly partnered with the National C.O.P.S. organization which provides help to the families of fallen officers. My Cause My Cleats takes place each year and allows NFL players the chance to highlight the programs or causes they are passionate about.

Kelly tweeted out a pic of the Nike cleats he will wear Sunday. The cleats are painted with the name “Corporal McMillan” and have his sheriff’s office photo on them.

Cpl. McMillan passed away on Oct. 23 after suffering serious head trauma in a crash with a Metro bus on Beechmont Avenue at Eight Mile Road in Anderson Township.

McMillan was a 19-year veteran of the Hamilton County Sheriff’s Office.

Kelly, who graduated from Lakota West High School, will wear the cleats this week when the Colts take on the Houston Texans.

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