Sue Mardis, widow of officer Roy Mardis, looked at the new sign for the street named for her husband in 1994. It was unveiled Sunday during a ceremony held 30 years to the day after his death in the line of duty.
Sue Mardis, widow of officer Roy Mardis, looked at the new sign for the street named for her husband in 1994. It was unveiled Sunday during a ceremony held 30 years to the day after his death in the line of duty.
Sue Mardis, widow of officer Roy Mardis, looked at the new sign for the street named for her husband in 1994. It was unveiled Sunday during a ceremony held 30 years to the day after his death in the line of duty.

30 years after dying in the line of duty, Lexington police officer remembered

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