Syracuse Police remember fallen officers on National law Enforcement Day
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SYRACUSE, N.Y. -- Syracuse Police marked National Law Enforcement Day with a traditional wreath laying to remember members of police services who have died in the line of duty.
The wreath placed at the police memorial in Forman Park by the parents of a State Trooper killed during a high speed chase in 2006, Craig Todeschini.
The police memorial bears the name of 10 Syracuse officers killed on duty since the late 1800s. The most recent death was that of Wallie Howard, an investigator shot to death during an undercover operation in 1990.