Courtney Lerch and her brother, Nolan, wear Anchorage Police junior officer badges in October. Gulfport Chief Leonard Papania and Deputy Chief Chris Loposser will visit the Lerch family while they are in San Diego this week for a conference.
Courtney Lerch and her brother, Nolan, wear Anchorage Police junior officer badges in October. Gulfport Chief Leonard Papania and Deputy Chief Chris Loposser will visit the Lerch family while they are in San Diego this week for a conference. Courtesy Lerch family Courtesy Lerch family
Courtney Lerch and her brother, Nolan, wear Anchorage Police junior officer badges in October. Gulfport Chief Leonard Papania and Deputy Chief Chris Loposser will visit the Lerch family while they are in San Diego this week for a conference. Courtesy Lerch family Courtesy Lerch family

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