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Ceremonies to honor officers killed on duty in Calif.


May 02, 2007
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Ceremonies to honor officers killed on duty in Calif.

By Kim Minugh
Sacramento Bee 
 
SACRAMENTO, Calif. — Law enforcement officers killed in the line of duty in California will be honored today across the region in several ceremonies.

The first will take place at 9:30 a.m. at the California Highway Patrol Academy, 3500 Reed Ave., West Sacramento. The ceremony will honor more than 200 CHP officers. Special tribute will be paid to Officer Brent Clearman, who died in August after being struck by a driver while investigating a traffic accident in Oakland.

The second ceremony will be held at noon at the joint Sacramento Police/Sheriff's Memorial, 500 Arden Way. A plaque will be dedicated in honor of Deputy Jeff Mitchell, who was fatally shot while conducting a traffic stop in rural Sacramento County six months ago.

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