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This April 29th will be the one year anniversary of Officer Bryan Durman's tragic death in Lexington. Lexingtonians, friends, family and officers around the country will be honoring this young man on Friday.
The Officer Down Memorial Page describes the incident:
"Officer Bryan J. Durman was struck and killed by a hit-and-run driver at the intersection of Limestone and Alabama Streets.
He was investigating a noise ordinance violation at approximately 10:00 pm. He had responded to the location to locate the driver of a vehicle that had been playing music too loudly.
After striking Officer Durman, the driver of the SUV fled to a nearby apartment, where he was taken into custody by members of the agency's ERU team. He was charged with murder and numerous additional charges in connection with the collision and previous warrants.
Officer Durman had served with the Lexington-Fayette Urban County Police Department for 2 ½ years."
I've discussed the case and the murder charge in previous articles but today is about Officer Durman.
Officer Durman was a family man, a friend, a son, a brother to his fellow officers and a good officer with a spotless career. Lexington will miss the service and fellowship of this young police officer.
Join others in honoring Officer Durman by joining the Facebook event, Honor Fallen Ofc. Bryan Durman and by changing your Facebook picture to Officer Durman's badge, available at the page, for Friday April 29, 2011.
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Continue reading on Examiner.com: Lexingtonians Honor Fallen Officer Bryan Durman on April 29, 2011 - Lexington courts | Examiner.com http://www.examiner.com/courts-in-lexington/lexingtonians-honor-fallen-officer-bryan-durman-on-april-29-2011#ixzz1Ktjmq2mNThis April 29th will be the one year anniversary of Officer Bryan Durman's tragic... more