Video: Family of fallen Oklahoma officer receives free vacation to Bahamas
BARTLESVILLE, Okla. — The family of Kyle Davis, a fallen Wagoner County Sheriff’s deputy, was chosen as the first recipient of the Ten-Seven Retreat.
The ceremony was organized by Ten-Seven, a non-profit serving families of law enforcement officers who died in the line of duty. The organization was named because “10-7″ because that is the police code for “out of service.”
The Ten-Seven Retreat is an all-expense paid trip the the Bahamas, and Davis’ family received the trip at a ceremony at the Bartlesville Law Enforcement Memorial Friday.
“The citizens of this state support our men and women in blue,” said Washing County Undersheriff John Copeland. “This is a way that support can be shown.”
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