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Kansas to honor fallen law enforcement officers

Published on -5/3/2012, 6:49 AM

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TOPEKA, Kan. (AP) -- Gov. Sam Brownback will be in attendance Friday for the annual Kansas Law Enforcement Memorial Ceremony on the Statehouse grounds.

Brownback and Attorney General Derek Schmidt are both scheduled to speak, and the names of all Kansas law enforcement officers killed in the line of duty will be read.

The name of Atchison police Sgt. David Enzbrenner will be added to the 266 others on the monument.

Enzbrenner was killed Dec. 9 while helping code enforcement officers serving a nuisance order. He was the only Kansas officer killed on duty last year.

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