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'Everybody Loved' Slain Ala. Deputy

November 28, 2012  | 

Photo courtesy of Baldwin County SO.
Photo courtesy of Baldwin County SO.

A slain Baldwin County (Ala.) Sheriff's deputy was remembered as a "wonderful person" who inspired fellow deputies to always improve at a Tuesday memorial attended by hundreds of well-wishers.

Deputy Scott Ward was shot and killed by an emotionally disturbed man on Friday while responding to a domestic disturbance call.

"He made you want to do better when on-duty because he was there," a fellow deputy said at his funeral service, reports the Press-Register.

Related:

Ala. Deputy Shot, Killed by Emotionally Disturbed Man


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Topher @ 11/28/2012 8:57 PM

As a former law enforcement officer it saddens me to see news such as this. R.I.P. Deputy Ward

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