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Calif. Officer Laid To Rest After Off-Duty Crash

July 16, 2013  | 

A Hawthorne (Calif.) Police sergeant laid to rest Friday was remembered as an avid motorcycle rider, after an off-duty crash claimed his life on July 8.

Sgt. Leonard Luna, 42, died in a traffic accident while riding his personal Harley-Davidson motorcycle to Long Beach to pick up his police motorcycle.

An end-of-watch police dispatch was read at the end of the service, reports the Daily Breeze.


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non cop motorcyclist @ 7/17/2013 12:29 AM

my thoughts and prayers to the loved ones left behind may god heal your hearts. Farewell to my fellow 2 wheeled friend

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