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Placer County Detective Remembered For Humor And Commitment To Community

Photo  / courtesy News10 via video capture

Placer County Sheriff's Detective Michael Davis is remembered during a memorial service Tuesday.

Photo / courtesy News10 via video capture

The life of Michael Davis, the Placer County Sheriff’s Detective who was shot during a northern California shooting spree last month, was honored today at a Christian church in Roseville.

Officers wore white gloves and stood guard alongside the coffin draped with an American flag. Placer County Sheriff Ed Bonner said Davis is remembered for his sense of humor, his insight and his commitment to his community.

“Mike was a peace officer. Danny Oliver was a peace officer. They engaged evil. They fought for your peace, for your tranquility. That’s who Michael Davis was.”


Placer County Sheriff's Sgt. Jason Davis talks about his brother, Det. Michael Davis, during the memorial service. Photo  / courtesy News10 via video capture

Davis’s brother who is a sergeant with Placer County. At the funeral services he said he forgives the people who shot his brother, but would like to see them face the death penalty.

Sacramento County Sheriff's Deputy Danny Oliver was honored in a memorial service Monday.



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