December 20, 2012
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Clayton County police Officer Sean Callahan will be recognized with other fallen officers Monday during annual ceremonies at the Georgia Public Safety Training Center in Forsyth.
In an unusual move, the Clayton County district attorney wants to hold a woman responsible for the death of a police officer allegedly killed by her husband, who also died in the December shoot-out.
Slain Clayton County police Officer Sean Callahan will be honored Monday during a ceremony where his name will be unveiled on the moving memorial wall recognizing men and women killed in the line of duty.
declines to reduce woman's bond
A Clayton County Superior Court judge declined to reduce bond for a woman whose husband killed a police officer in December and gave the state more time to present her case to a grand jury.
Funeral services are set this morning for a Clayton County police officer shot and killed in the line of duty Monday. Officer Sean Louis Callahan, 24, of Kennesaw is the first officer from that department to die by gunfire in the line of duty. He is the second countywide officer in Clayton to die in 17 months.