BROOKHAVEN, Miss. (AP) — A post office in Mississippi will be named for three law enforcement officers killed on duty.
President Donald Trump signed a law Dec. 21 to name the Brookhaven building for Deputy Donald William Durr, Cpl. Zach Moak and Patrolman James White.
Durr was a Lincoln County deputy who was shot to death in May 2017 while responding to a domestic disturbance.
Seven others were shot to death that night.
A man has been convicted and sentenced to death.
Moak and White worked for the Brookhaven Police Department.
They were shot to death in September 2018 while responding to reports of gunfire. A man awaits trial.