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Officer Survival Spotlight: Circumstances and the Deadly Mix

Officer Survival Spotlight

Circumstances and the Deadly Mix

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The patch of the Navajo County, Arizona, Sheriff’s Office has a blood red boundary to signify the loss of Deputy Robert Varner, who was shot and killed on December 31, 1988, while attempting to stop a motorist. More

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