Officer Killed in Line of Duty
People lined the streets of West Melbourne, Florida yesterday morning to pay respects to a police officer killed in the line of duty.
A hearse carrying Deputy Barbara Pill's body slowly moved through the streets as hundreds of her fellow officers stood in uniform.
The honor flag hung over the chapel where her funeral was held.
Governor Rick Scoot and Attorney General Pam Bondi were among those in attendance.
Pill was shot last week during a traffic stop after she pilled over two people suspected of stealing from a motel.
The two suspects are in custody.
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