World Police And Fire Games
HOBART | Marcus May was born with a shotgun.
Marcus May, a 32-year-old Hammond Police corporal, will be his department's lone representative in the shotgun shooting competition at the World Police and Fire Games, being held Thursday through Aug. 10 in Belfast, Northern Ireland.
CHICAGO HEIGHTS | Winning a gold medal and two bronze medals in the recent World Police and Fire Games netted Chicago Heights Police Officer Ben Nguyen special recognition from the city on Monday.
Officer Ben Nguyen, left, who participated in and represented the Chicago Heights Police Department at this year’s World Police & Fire Games in New York City, receives a proclamation from Mayor David Gonzalez at a recent City Council meeting.
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