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Birmingham Police Officer Keary Hollis laid to rest

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BIRMINGHAM,AL (WBRC) - Friends , family and hundreds of police officers from around Alabama gathered today to pay their final respects to Birmingham Police Officer Keary Hollis.

Hollis was off duty when he was shot and killed outside a store in Ensley last Saturday.
After his funeral, Hollis's body was escorted by a police motorcade to Elmwood Cemetery for burial.

Officer Hollis worked with the Birmingham Police Department's West Precinct for five and a half years.  He was a father of three children.

Patrick Johnson was arrested a short time after the shooting and charged with Capital Murder.  
He is currently in the Jefferson County jail.

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