Norfolk officer shot and killed, authorities hunt for suspect
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Norfolk police are searching for a suspect they say shot and killed a police officer Friday afternoon.
Stanley Cornell Reaves, 33, was hired by the Norfolk Police Department in September of 2004. He graduated from the Norfolk Police Academy in March of this year. Officer Reaves was assigned to the First Patrol Division, Blue Sector at the time of his death.
According to authorities, Officer Reaves was flagged down by a concerned citizen and advised that a male was acting suspicious in the on De Bree Avenue. The officer approached the suspect at approximately 4:00pm.