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Little River-Academy Police Dept. Retires Chief Dixon's Badge Number

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 Little River-Academy honored its former Police Chief tonight, by retiring Lee Dixon's badge number.  The city council voted to retire badge number 3801.  The council also voted to name Auxiliary Officer Michael Lugo the interim Police Chief.  Former Police Chief Dixon was killed in a shooting while on duty June 19th.  Lugo will serve as the interim for the next 30 days, until the city names a permanent replacement.

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