Bruce Maiman

November 3, 2014 4:00 PM

Danger is just part of the job for law officers

It has been a grueling 11 days since the shooting deaths of Sacramento County sheriff’s Deputy Danny Oliver and Placer County sheriff’s Detective Michael Davis Jr. In that time, we’ve seen an outpouring of anguish and grief, but also heartwarming remembrances about who these men were and about what law enforcement officers do when nobody’s looking.

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