Family Sets Up Website To Track Injured Deputy’s Progress

The family of Grant County Sheriff’s Deputy Earl Romig, who was shot during a hunting trip, has set up a website to keep everyone informed of his condition.

It is located at and it is used by millions of people throughout the world. The website is free and the company says that it has more than 15 million people on the site from 40 different countries. Many people use the site as means of comfort and support during difficult circumstances such as cancer, military deployment, rehab, and loss.

The site allows people to create a free account that will give patient updates and allow people to contact online support groups.

Soon after he was shot in hunting accident last Thursday near Soap Lake, Washington, Earl Romig’s family set up a page to keep people informed of his recovery.

On Monday’s posting, the journal section of the page describes Romig’s physical condition as well as details from the accident as told by Earl Romig. It says that he had x-rays on his leg on Monday after telling doctors that he felt it break during the shooting.

Earl’s family say they will update the site when they learn more about his latest test, but in the meantime, they are asking for thoughts and prayers for a speedy recovery.

In addition to the website, a support fund has been set up at U.S. Bank called the “Earl Romig recovery and support fund.”

Meanwhile, the man who is accused of shooting Romig made a court appearance today. 38-year-old Robbie Joe Marcher of Moses Lake was charged with three counts in a Grant County courtroom on Monday. He faces charges of assault, unlawful possession of a firearm. His bail is set $70,000 and his arraignment will be on January 22nd.