TAMPA, Fla. – Whereas responding to a housebreaking name in 1965, Officer William Krikava, of the Tampa Police Division, was killed within the line of responsibility. He was 35 years outdated.
Two males have been apprehended and charged. After being granted a change of venue, one of many defendants was tried in Duval County and sentenced to life in jail for second-degree homicide.
As reported by the Duval County Clerk of Courts, proof entered by the state legal professional’s workplace into the case included Krikava’s service belt, service cap, sidearm and a set of articles and tributes to the fallen officer. The proof has been in possession of the Clerk of Courts for the previous 57 years.
The Clerk of Courts mentioned the case file just lately met its retention necessities and an order was made to launch the objects again to Krikava’s division and so they have been transferred again to Krikava’s household.
“We’re honored to assist memorialize Officer Krikava’s heroic legacy,” the Clerk of Courts wrote.
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