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Officer Memorial

An area school will be remembering one of their own today.

Officer Sergio Antillion was killed by a drunk driver in 2010 just 2 months after graduating from the police academy in San Antonio.

City of San Antonio police officers along with Antillion's family will be on hand for the tribute.

Its at 10am in the Bovina High auditorium, a memorial benefit fund has also been set up to fund a scholarship for Bovina students.

 

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