Cold Spring Retires Tom Decker's Badge Number
The city of Cold Spring has retired the badge number of slain police Officer Tom Decker.
The Cold Spring City Council retired Decker's badge number at Wednesday's meeting as a sign of respect.
Badge No. 6402 will no longer be used by the Cold Spring-Richmond Police Department. The department has eight full-time officers and eight part-time officers.
City Administrator Paul Hetland tells the St. Cloud Times that Police Chief Phil Jones asked for Decker's badge number to be retired. Officials hope to have a formal ceremony to retire the number later.
Decker was gunned down Nov. 29 while responding to a call in Cold Spring. The investigation into his shooting is ongoing.
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