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May 4, 2014 2:03 PM

Officers honored during ceremony

It’s been almost 15 months since State Trooper Michael Potts was shot twice in the face and in the hand and shoulder while conducting a traffic stop. Potts spoke Friday at the 28th annual Durham County Peace Officers Memorial Service that honors officers killed in the line of duty. The crowded church went silent when he spoke.

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