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Indianapolis Cop Dies As 'True Warrior'

January 26, 2011  | 

With emotion cracking in his voice, Indianapolis Metro Police Chief Paul Ciesielski announced that Officer David Moore would not survive gunshot wounds sustained Sunday, and said the officer is a "true warrior," reports the Indianapolis Star.

Officer Moore, 29, will be removed from life support when organ-donor recipients are found. Moore was critically wounded Sunday, when he was shot twice in the face during a vehicle stop.

Officer Moore's parents — Spencer Moore, a retired IMPD lieutenant, and Sgt. Jo Moore, who recently entered her 26th year on the force — spoke during a press conference with his mother saying, "Somebody's gonna get a darn good heart."

Read the full story at IndyStar.com.

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