File: Beaufort County Sheriff’s deputies carry the casket of their comrade and slain officer Dyke “A.J.” Coursen from the Baptist Church of Beaufort on Jan. 14, 2002.
File: Beaufort County Sheriff’s deputies carry the casket of their comrade and slain officer Dyke “A.J.” Coursen from the Baptist Church of Beaufort on Jan. 14, 2002. Jay Karr Staff photo
File: Beaufort County Sheriff’s deputies carry the casket of their comrade and slain officer Dyke “A.J.” Coursen from the Baptist Church of Beaufort on Jan. 14, 2002. Jay Karr Staff photo

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