Jamie Lucas, wife of late Fresno County Sheriff’s Sergeant Rod Lucas, pauses to look at the streamer with her husband’s name after she added it to the flagstaff with the department flag and streamers with names of all those in the sheriff’s department killed in the line of duty since the county was formed in 1856, held by Fresno County Sheriffs Department Deputy Tyler Hitter, during the end of watch streamer ceremony on the steps of the sheriff’s office, Thursday morning. Lucas was killed in an accidental shooting Oct. 31, 2016.
Jamie Lucas, wife of late Fresno County Sheriff’s Sergeant Rod Lucas, pauses to look at the streamer with her husband’s name after she added it to the flagstaff with the department flag and streamers with names of all those in the sheriff’s department killed in the line of duty since the county was formed in 1856, held by Fresno County Sheriffs Department Deputy Tyler Hitter, during the end of watch streamer ceremony on the steps of the sheriff’s office, Thursday morning. Lucas was killed in an accidental shooting Oct. 31, 2016. JOHN WALKER jwalker@fresnobee.com
Jamie Lucas, wife of late Fresno County Sheriff’s Sergeant Rod Lucas, pauses to look at the streamer with her husband’s name after she added it to the flagstaff with the department flag and streamers with names of all those in the sheriff’s department killed in the line of duty since the county was formed in 1856, held by Fresno County Sheriffs Department Deputy Tyler Hitter, during the end of watch streamer ceremony on the steps of the sheriff’s office, Thursday morning. Lucas was killed in an accidental shooting Oct. 31, 2016. JOHN WALKER jwalker@fresnobee.com

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