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National recognition » The Weber-Morgan Narcotics Strike Force, which was engaged in a gunbattle that left one officer dead and five others injured while conducting a drug raid in Ogden in January, has received the national Law Enforcement Agency of the Year award from Footprinters International.

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The award was presented at the Footprinters national convention last week in Sequim, Wash.

Michael Leary, president of the local Antelope Island chapter, received the Charlie Fratto Humanitarian of the Year award.


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