MASON, Ohio (WDTN) - More than 300 riders gathered in Mason Sunday to remember the late Sergeant Brian Dulle with a memorial motorcycle ride and benefit.
Motorcyclists revved up their engines at Powder Keg Harley Davidson and rode to Cowan Lake and back in honor of the fallen deputy.
Sergeant Dulle was killed while laying stop sticks during a pursuit on May 10, 2011.
The Lebanon and Turtle Creek Fire Departments crossed aerial ladders with a large American flag suspended below as motorcyclists rode underneath to pay tribute to Dulle.
This was the third year for the event and all proceeds will go to support the Brian Dulle Scholarship Fund, the Shield, and Maddie's Hope, a non-profit organization that raises money for childhood cancer research.
Food, entertainment, and raffles were available following the ride.
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After months of construction, the GE EPISCenter will finally open at the new River Park Drive location off Patterson Boulevard.
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