Ceremony honors memory of area’s fallen officers

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Posted: May 15, 2014

The Winchester Star

Law enforcement officers carry a wreath and flags past Rappahannock Regional Criminal Justice Academy cadets Wednesday morning at the service. In addition to Timbrook, the event honored Frederick County sheriffs James W. Newcome and Luther Pannett; Front Royal Police Department Lt. William Patrick Farrell and Sgt. Dennis M. Smedley; and Virginia State Police troopers H. Lee Henderson, Kevin Carder Manion and Daniel Lee Williams.
Ricky Timbrook II, son of the late Winchester Sgt. Ricky Timbrook, prepares to place a flag in a wreath Wednesday morning during the 11th Annual Law Enforcement Memorial Service at the Rappahannock Regional Criminal Justice Academy in Middletown. Timbrook, 32, was shot on patrol and died on Oct. 30, 1999. Less than two months later, his son was born. (Photo by Scott Mason/The Winchester Star)
John Marshall, former Virginia director of public safety, speaks Wednesday during the 11th Annual Law Enforcement Memorial Service at the Rappahannock Regional Criminal Justice Academy in Middletown. (Photo by Scott Mason/The Winchester Star)

MIDDLETOWN — Ricky Timbrook II never got to meet his father, but Wednesday he placed a small American flag in a wreath to honor his memory during the 11th annual Law Enforcement Memorial Service...



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