By Victor A. Rodriguez

Athletes, movie stars and musicians are typically those hailed and honored as heroes. There aren’t any awards shows for the everyday man who regularly and consistently plies his trade, provides for his family and/or serves his community. Yet, everyone knows showing up day in and day out and simply doing your job can be one of the toughest things to do. In 2018 a certain Fausto Pichardo made NYPD history for just that.

About The Author

Victor A. Rodriguez

Victor rounds out the core team of ‘LLERO, he is a co-founder and Editor-in-Chief. Working with journalists and content creators to find the most interesting and newsworthy stories. A freelance sports and film writer at heart. In his spare time Victor follows all things boxing, basketball, movies and television. When not tapping the keys of his laptop he can be found checking out all kinds of mainstream and indie cinema alike. Or as his friends aptly describe "Vic, you like all that weird indie sh*!t"." Guilty as charged.

Related Posts

Translate »