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City of Carson Unveils Memorial to Fallen Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Deputies 
By  Sentinel News Service 
Published October 5, 2016
 Pictured from left to right during the unveiling are Carson councilmembers Jawane Hilton and Cedric Hicks, Mayor Pro Tem Lula Davis-Holmes and Mayor Albert Robles (Castro Photography photo) 

Pictured from left to right during the unveiling are Carson councilmembers Jawane Hilton and Cedric Hicks, Mayor Pro Tem Lula Davis-Holmes and Mayor Albert Robles (Castro Photography photo)

The city of Carson unveiled a memorial wall at city hall dedicated to the memories of Los Angeles County Sheriff’s (LASD) deputies who selflessly served the community of Carson and gave the ultimate sacrifice for the safety and well-being of residents. The memorial wall recognizes the deputies and volunteers who were killed in the line of duty or passed away from illness while assigned to the LASD Carson Sheriff’s Station for 20 or more consecutive years.

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