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SERGEANT DAVID LEACOCK was a crime sleuth who practiced his craft meticulously and scores of his colleagues in the Royal Barbados Police Force showed their appreciation for his contribution by turning out for his funeral service at Coral Ridge Memorial Gardens this morning.

Leacock died suddenly last week while awaiting medical attention for his son at the Queen Elizabeth Hospital.

Paying tribute to the late police officer who was attached to the criminal investigation division, Superintendent Livingstone Eversley said Leacock served with distinction and pride.

In recognition of his 30 years’ service, he was accorded a funeral with full military honours. (GC)

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