D.C. officers to be honored for service
WASHINGTON (AP) - A detective who handled the Chandra Levy murder investigation and five other District of Columbia police department employees are being honored for their service.
The six officers will receive a plaque and a $1,000 gift Thursday from the D.C. Police Foundation.
Among the honorees are Kenneth "Todd" Williams, a homicide detective who investigated Levy's 2001 death, and Officer Jason Bagshaw, who handles auto thefts.
Awards will also be presented for reserve officer of the year, civilian and support staff employees of the year and specialized unit of the year
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