Fresno police detective Brain Hance receives MADD’s highest award given to law enforcement officers during a ceremony June 11 in San Diego recognizing officers from all across the state.
Fresno police detective Brain Hance receives MADD’s highest award given to law enforcement officers during a ceremony June 11 in San Diego recognizing officers from all across the state. Fresno Police Department
Fresno police detective Brain Hance receives MADD’s highest award given to law enforcement officers during a ceremony June 11 in San Diego recognizing officers from all across the state. Fresno Police Department

Fresno PD detective receives MADD award

June 11, 2016 09:50 PM

UPDATED June 13, 2016 10:34 AM

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