(CBS DETROIT) – The Detroit Police Department is honoring three fallen officers who died over the course of the department’s history.

Three plaques, each with their name, now lie on their memorial wall.

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Captain Jonathan Parnell died of complications tied to COVID-19 last year.

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Officer Waldos Johnson from a gunshot wound while responding to a domestic violence call back in 2018.

And Officer Benton Hacker from a gunshot while attempting to arrest a robber back in 1948.

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