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Post 12 Honors Three Fallen Troopers and One CVE Officer In Memorial Services

Date of News Release: 05/18/2011

(Post 12 Frankfort) -- On Wednesday, May 18, 2011 Post 12 honored Trooper Harold J. Toll, Trooper Bobby McCoun, Trooper James W. McNeely and CVE Officer Cammack. As a part of Police Memorial week, Kentucky State Police Frankfort Post and Commercial Vehicle Enforcement placed wreaths in memory of three fallen Troopers and one CVE Officer.

The Kentucky State Police Frankfort Post joined the family of Trooper Harold J. Toll for a memorial service at the Sand Spring Baptist Church cemetery. A wreath was placed at his grave site in Lawrenceburg, KY. In April, 2003, in honor of his services and sacrifice, a five mile section of US 127 Bypass in Anderson County was named in his honor and memory. On November 14, 1942 Trooper Toll, age 34, was killed in a traffic collision while in the line of duty in Anderson County.

The Kentucky State Police Frankfort Post joined the family of Trooper Bobby McCoun for a memorial service at the Lawrenceburg Cemetery. A wreath was placed at his grave site in Lawrenceburg, KY. In April 2003, in honor of his services and sacrifice, a five mile section of US 127 Bypass in Anderson County was named in his honor and memory. On September 1, 1975 Trooper McCoun, age 23, was killed at the Pikeville Jail as a result of an accidental shooting while on duty in Pike County.

The Kentucky State Police Frankfort Post joined the family of Trooper James McNeely for a memorial service at the Frankfort Post flag pole. A wreath was placed at the Post 12 flag pole in Frankfort. On April 8th, 1972, Trooper James McNeely, age 37, drowned during a rescue mission on the Kentucky River in Franklin County. Trooper McNeely's body has never been located. Trooper McNeely was assigned to the Kentucky State Police Headquarters in Frankfort. Trooper McNeely was a native of Wingo, Kentucky. A portion of Highway 339 in Graves County is named in his honor and memory.

The Commercial Vehicle Enforcement and Kentucky State Police Frankfort Post joined the family of Officer Jason Cammack at the Frankfort Cemetery. A wreath was placed at the grave site in Frankfort, KY. Officer Cammack was attempting to stop a speeding vehicle when he was involved in a collision on I-64 in Woodford County. A portion of US-60 in Woodford County is named in his honor and memory.

The Kentucky State Police is honoring 25 Kentucky State Police Troopers and 1 Commercial Vehicle Enforcement Officer during this 2011 Police Memorial week.

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