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17/01/2015

More than 1000 officers gather to salute fallen

More than 1000 officers gather to salute fallen red bottom shoes cheap Brentwood Officer Arkell

State Troopers line up during the law enforcement walk through on eve of memorial service for Stephen Arkell, held at Exeter High School in Exeter on Tuesday. Public vehicle access will be stopped when the procession reaches the high school.

Facebook: Exeter Police Department is posting road closures and other updates related to this week's memorial louboutin replica services for slain officer Stephen Arkell on its Facebook page, which can be found by searching police on the social media site.

The line of more than 1,000 police officers, state troopers and firefighters stretched far around the front of Exeter High School Tuesday evening, as uniformed law enforcement from across New England gathered to give a final salute to slain Brentwood police officer Stephen Arkell.

Maj. Christopher Aucoin of New Hampshire State Police, one of several officers who led the organization of the walk through, said police and firefighters would silently walk in single file past the casket, each one giving a salute to Arkell, who was shot and killed May 12 when he responded to a domestic disturbance call at a Brentwood home.

a sad day, acting Concord Police Chief Bradley Osgood red bottom shoes said while standing in the long line. reminds us all how dangerous police work can be. We go to calls like (Arkell on a daily basis.

much our entire department will be represented today or tomorrow, Osgood said. come because it part of what we do.

Gov. Maggie Hassan attended Tuesday law enforcement walk through, walking along the line in louboutin shoes replica front of the school and speaking with officers.

Aucoin said local United Way branches have helped set up water, extra toilets and other services. He said law enforcement leaders including Kensington Police Chief Mike Sielicki, president of the New Hampshire Association of Chiefs of Police; Hampton Police Chief Jamie Sullivan; Epping Police Chief Michael Wallace; and others have played key roles in planning this week events to honor and remember Arkell. Thursday at Stockbridge Funeral Home in Exeter.