WALKER, Mich. (WOOD) — The Walker community came together Saturday morning to remember one of their fallen.
On Oct. 13, 2011, Walker police officer Trevor Slot was killed while assisting a chase involving two bank robbery suspects. The suspects were later shot and killed by police.
On the seventh anniversary of his death, Slot's loved ones, fellow law enforcement and community members gathered at the Police Fire Memorial, which sits on the edge of Walker Central Park, to take time to honor his memory.
“He was a well-loved, well-respected officer,” Mayor of Walker Mark Huizenga said. “This is really a moment of pride for us as a city when we come together and remember and recognize Trevor for all of the work he did.”
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