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Police chief writes letter to people of Mobile

Hundreds line the street of Highway 90 to pay final respects to fallen MPD Officer Justin Billa (Photo: Asha Staples, Reporter) Hundreds line the street of Highway 90 to pay final respects to fallen MPD Officer Justin Billa (Photo: Asha Staples, Reporter)
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Mobile Police Chief Lawrence Battiste wrote a letter to the Citizens of Mobile. He said he wanted to thank the community for the display of support following the death of Officer Justin Billa. 

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