Hieu Le, left, kisses her nine-year-old daughter Allie Le while visiting a makeshift memorial at a CiCi's Pizza, Tuesday, June 10, 2014, in Las Vegas. The attack Sunday at the restaurant killed officers Alyn Beck, 41, and Igor Soldo, 31, both of whom were husbands and fathers. (AP Photo/John Locher)The Associated Press
Las Vegas Metropolitan Police Department Assistant Sheriff Kevin McMahill points to a surveillance video during a news conference on Wednesday, June 11, 2014 in Las Vegas. The video shows suspects Jerad Miller and Amanda Miller in a Wal-Mart during a shootout with police. The couple shot and killed two officers who were on their lunch break at a pizza parlor, on June 8, then went to a nearby Wal-Mart, where Amanda Miller killed a shopper who confronted her husband before police arrived. After a gun battle inside the store, Amanda Miller fatally shot her husband and then herself, police said. (AP Photo/John Locher)The Associated Press
LAS VEGAS – A slain Las Vegas police officer has been eulogized as a delighted new father, dedicated law enforcer, voracious reader and hero to the community he protected before he was killed on Sunday.
Igor Soldo's brother, a police officer in Beatrice, Nebraska, was among those who remembered Soldo's serious side and his pranks Thursday during a full-honors funeral for the 31-year-old officer.
Robert Soldo remembered their lives in Bosnia before moving to Nebraska, where both went into law enforcement.
He says Igor would have appreciated seeing the 3,000 uniformed officers, family members and friends who turned out for his funeral.
Igor Soldo and Officer Alyn Beck were shot dead at a pizza shop by a couple that police said also killed a shopper at a nearby Wal-Mart store before they were killed.