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    Police officers from many agencies arrive in a procession for Somerset Deputy Cpl. Gene Cole during visitation service for him in Skowhegan on Sunday.

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    Maine State Police cruisers have special license plates in support of slain Somerset Deputy Cpl. Gene Cole during a visitation service for him in Skowhegan on Sunday.

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    Retired Somerset County Commissioner Phil Roy spoke fondly of Somerset County Deputy Cpl. Gene Cole during a visitation service for him in Skowhegan on Sunday.

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    People of all ages arrive for a visitation service for Somerset Deputy Cpl. Gene Cole in Skowhegan on Sunday.

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    Maine State Police march during a procession honoring Somerset County sheriff's Cpl. Gene Cole as part of a visitation service at the Skowhegan Armory.

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    Police stand at attention prior to entering the Armory in Skowhegan for a visitation service for Somerset Deputy Cpl. Gene Cole in Skowhegan on Sunday.

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    These men were friends of Somerset County Deputy Cpl. Gene Cole and attended a visitation service for him in Skowhegan on Sunday. From left are Darrin McDougal, Troy Whittemore and Jerry Washburn.

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    Fred and Debbie Godin wore stickers in honor of Cpl. Gene Cole for the visitation service. "Our hearts were breaking," Debbie Godin said. "We just came to support the family."

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    Somerset County Sheriff Dale Lancaster, front, and Chief Deputy James Ross speak prior to visitation service for slain Deputy Cpl. Gene Cole in Skowhegan on Sunday. Lancaster said the death will haunt him for the rest of his life. "I lost someone on my watch," Lancaster said.

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