Detroit PD Honors Huff, Other Fallen Cops
May 07, 2010
Detroit's annual vigil honoring fallen officers took on an especially poignant tone this year, as 700 uniformed officers honored Brian Huff, recently slain while responding to a suspected drug house, among the department's fallen officers.
The department's 11th annual memorial service and vigil came on the eve of National Police Week, which runs from May 9-14.
Speakers had initially planned to talk about how long the department had gone without losing an officer, the Detroit News reports. A funeral for Huff is scheduled for Saturday.
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