Delaware State Police hold annual tribute for fallen officers

    Delaware State Police are holding their annual tribute to colleagues who have died in the line of duty.

    The annual memorial service was to be held in front of the Delaware State Police Training Academy in Dover on Wednesday morning.

    Participants will to remember the 23 state troopers who have lost their lives in the line of duty since 1923.

     

    Officials expected to attend include Lt. Gov. Matthew Denn, Safety and Homeland Secretary Lewis Schiliro, and police superintendent Col. Robert Coupe

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