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Dispatcher names therapy dog 'Sully' after fallen Sacramento police officer

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Dispatcher names therapy dog 'Sully' after fallen Sacramento police officerThe Sacramento emergency dispatcher who handled the chilling police channel during a violent standoff that killed an officer adopted a therapy dog.
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News video: `She Was a Hero`: Sacramento Community Remembers Officer Killed in the Line of Duty

`She Was a Hero`: Sacramento Community Remembers Officer Killed in the Line of Duty 02:01

Loved ones are heartbroken a day after a beloved Sacramento police officer and Sacramento State graduate was killed in the line of duty.

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