House honors officer's memory

bmusgrave@herald-leader.comMay 28, 2010 

Glenn Doneghy

FRANKFORT — The state House of Representatives honored the memory of Lexington police Officer Bryan Durman during a ceremony in the House chambers Thursday.

The House adjourned in the name and memory of Durman, a 27-year-old father and Air Force veteran who was struck and killed by a sport utility vehicle while he investigated a noise complaint on North Limestone in April.

Glenn R. Doneghy, 33, has been charged with murder in connection with Durman's death.

Rep. Ruth Ann Palumbo, D-Lexington, presented Durman's widow, Brandy Durman, with a state flag and the resolution honoring Durman, a Paul Laurence Dunbar High School graduate.

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