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'Ride in Honor' kicks-off Sunday

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by Nick Delgado

Guam - Concluding police week activities, the Guam police department is inviting all motorcycle riders to participate in this year's "Ride in Honor" event. The meeting area will be at the Hagatna precinct command by the Memorial monument at 7am on Sunday, May 22.

The ride will commemorate eleven-law enforcement officers and their fallen location to include some history of their sacrifice while inline of duty in keeping the community safe. The ride will end at the Yigo Raceway Park.

GPD informs the public that there are expected to be 150+ riders participating, and urges them to use caution while driving as well as pay close attention to police officers directing traffic.

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