LPD Holds Memorial For Fallen Officers - KCBD NewsChannel 11 Lubbock

5/12/04

LPD Holds Memorial For Fallen Officers

On Wednesday Lubbock Police remembered their fallen heroes.

In a ceremony Wednesday morning, the department honored those among Lubbock's finest, killed in the line of duty. It included a memorial service and music. Over the years, six officers have died while on the job in Lubbock.

To learn more about Lubbock's fallen officers ( click here ).

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