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Patricio Zamarripa mourned by family and friends
On Thursday, July 7, Patricio Zamarripa and four other police officers were killed in the line of duty in downtown Dallas by a sniper who opened fire at a protest, trying to kill cops. His memorial is the last of the five fallen heroes.
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Dallas Police officer Patrick Zamarripa. (Photo: Getty Images)

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A tree outside Enrique and Maria Zamarripa’s home is wrapped in blue and yellow ribbons to honor their son Patricio “Patrick” Zamarripa, a Dallas police officer who died in the line of duty July 7. (Photo: Alejandra Zavaleta Melara/Fox News Latino)

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Left to right: Lyncoln in the arms of her mom Kristy Zamarripa, along with her brother Dylan and her grandmother Christine Villaseñor Thursday night at a fundraising event at Hooters in Dallas for Patricio “Patrick” Zamarripa. (Photo: Alejandra Zavaleta Melara/Fox News Latino)

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Dallas Detective Arturo Martinez, who moonlights as DJ Turo, performing at a benefit for his friend, Patricio “Patrick” Zamarripa's friend. (Photo: Alejandra Zavaleta Melara/Fox News Latino)

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Ursula Fraga, center, with her sons Matthew (left) and Michael, at the memorial for fallen officers in front of Dallas Police Department's headquarters. (Photo: Alejandra Zavaleta Melara/Fox News Latino)

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A crowd of off-duty officers gathered at Hooters in Dallas on Thursday, July 14, to help raise funds and honor police officers wounded or slain a week earlier. (Photo: Alejandra Zavaleta Melara/Fox News Latino)

Patricio Zamarripa mourned by family and friends

On Thursday, July 7, Patricio Zamarripa and four other police officers were killed in the line of duty in downtown Dallas by a sniper who opened fire at a protest, trying to kill cops. His memorial is the last of the five fallen heroes.

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