New signs for Durman Drive, named in honor of officer Bryan Durman and featuring his badge number and a red rose, were unveiled Tuesday. The street, formerly Hilo Street, is located near the roll call center where Durman reported for work before being killed in the line of duty in April.
New signs for Durman Drive, named in honor of officer Bryan Durman and featuring his badge number and a red rose, were unveiled Tuesday. The street, formerly Hilo Street, is located near the roll call center where Durman reported for work before being killed in the line of duty in April. Charles Bertram | Staff
New signs for Durman Drive, named in honor of officer Bryan Durman and featuring his badge number and a red rose, were unveiled Tuesday. The street, formerly Hilo Street, is located near the roll call center where Durman reported for work before being killed in the line of duty in April. Charles Bertram | Staff

Hilo Street renamed for fallen officer Bryan Durman

November 24, 2010 12:00 AM

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