Pittsburgh mourns slain officers

April 09, 2009

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Pittsburgh mourns slain officers
Pittsburgh mourns slain officers PITTSBURGH — Law enforcement officials from as far away as Georgia and Boston gathered to pay tribute to three fellow officers killed in the line of duty. Allegheny County police officers led three riderless horses to Pittsburgh's City-County Building, where mourners from the region and a host of police and correction officials visited the bodies of Eric Kelly, Stephen Mayhle and Paul Sciullo II. The officers were shot to death while responding to an argument between a mother and her 22-year-old son, who is jailed on homicide charges.

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