Members of the Gulfport Police Department remember their fellow officers who have fallen in the line of duty by placing eight roses, one for each officer, at a granite memorial marker in 2014. A similar ceremony is planned for Friday.
Members of the Gulfport Police Department remember their fellow officers who have fallen in the line of duty by placing eight roses, one for each officer, at a granite memorial marker in 2014. A similar ceremony is planned for Friday. Amanda McCoy amccoy@sunherald.com File
Members of the Gulfport Police Department remember their fellow officers who have fallen in the line of duty by placing eight roses, one for each officer, at a granite memorial marker in 2014. A similar ceremony is planned for Friday. Amanda McCoy amccoy@sunherald.com File

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