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West Virginia House passes resolution to honor the late Lt. Aaron Crook


Bluefield Daily Telegraph

CHARLESTON, W.Va.  — A move is under way in Charleston to have a section of Princeton Avenue in Bluefield named in honor of the late Bluefield Police Department officer Lt. Aaron L. Crook.

The House of Delegates has passed a resolution requesting the honor and that resolution was sent to the Senate Thursday.

According to the resolution, which was sponsored by Delegates Marty Gearheart and John Shott, it will be called the “Bluefield Police Lt. Aaron L. Crook Memorial Road.”

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