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Deputies join law enforcement, community mourning in Dallas

Author: Dana Kazel on Jul 18 2016

Sheriff's badge covered by black bandTwo St. Louis County Deputy Sheriff's were able to join law enforcement officers from around the county at the funeral for slain Dallas Police Officer Patricio Zamarripa, thanks to the generosity of a national airline.

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Deputies join law enforcement, community mourning in Dallas

Sheriff's badge covered by black bandTwo St. Louis County Deputy Sheriff's were able to join law enforcement officers from around the county at the funeral for slain Dallas Police Officer Patricio Zamarripa, thanks to the generosity of a national airline.

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