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Trial in officer's death forcing town to revisit pain: Girlfriend accused of fatally shooting policeman


July 10, 2006
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Trial in officer's death forcing town to revisit pain: Girlfriend accused of fatally shooting policeman

Brandon Formby, Staff writer

It's been more than 18 months since Little Elm police Officer Jonathon Wayne Irby's body was found, face down in his new home, a gunshot wound in the back of his head.

His December 2004 death, believed to be the first of an officer in this booming Denton County suburb, shocked the city of about 19,000 people. The night his body was found, town officials, employees and police officers gathered at Town Hall to mourn. A memorial service the next day drew hundreds of residents.

Full story: Trial in officer's death forcing town to revisit pain: Girlfriend accused of fatally shooting policeman





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