Fallen law enforcement honored in Durango

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Fallen law enforcement honored in Durango

Dozens of community members, officers and their friends and family attend service
Colorado State Patrol Cpt. Adrian Driscoll accepts a rose and ribbon in honor of a fallen trooper Saturday at the fourth annual Law Enforcement Memorial River Walk ceremony held in the amphitheater at the Durango Community Recreation Center.
Bayfield Marshall’s Office deputy Derick Campbell, said on Saturday at the Law Enforcement Memorial River Walk that he joined law enforcement to protect the community where his children will grow up.

Fallen law enforcement honored in Durango

Colorado State Patrol Cpt. Adrian Driscoll accepts a rose and ribbon in honor of a fallen trooper Saturday at the fourth annual Law Enforcement Memorial River Walk ceremony held in the amphitheater at the Durango Community Recreation Center.
Bayfield Marshall’s Office deputy Derick Campbell, said on Saturday at the Law Enforcement Memorial River Walk that he joined law enforcement to protect the community where his children will grow up.

Fallen law enforcement honored in Durango

Southern Ute Gaming Devision lead investigator Gilbert Perales, middle, walked the Animas River Trail on Saturday in remembrance of Anthony Clyde “Tony” Archuleta, an investigator with the division and former Durango Police Department officer who died in 2013.

Fallen law enforcement honored in Durango

Durango Police Department patrol officer Connor Lowande, second from left, said the fourth annual Law Enforcement Memorial River Walk on Saturday reminded him of the legacy of law enforcement.
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