Relay across Saddle recognizes fallen officers

  • A group of runners taking part in the Blue Line Relay held Saturday in coordination with the end of National Police Week to honor fallen officers makes its way past through the intersection of Daniel K. Inouye Highway and Komohana Street in Hilo. The event, coordinated by FBI Special Agent Ed Ignacio, was ran by Hawaii Police Department officers, Department of Public Safety sheriffs and community supporters from the junction of Mamalahoa and Daniel K. Inouye Highway in South Kohala to the Hilo Police Station. (Brad Ballesteros/Special to West Hawaii Today)

  • A Blue Line Relay was held Saturday in coordination with the end of National Police Week to honor fallen officers. The event, coordinated by FBI Special Agent Ed Ignacio, was ran by Hawaii Police Department officers, Department of Public Safety sheriffs and community supporters from the junction of Mamalahoa and Daniel K. Inouye Highway in South Kohala to the Hilo Police Station. Ignacio plans to make the relay an annual event and hopes to invite the community to participate. (Photos by Brad Ballesteros/Special to West Hawaii Today)

  • Sgt. Ryan Pagan and his son JP take over the relay at mile marker 5 on Daniel K. Inouye Highway in Hilo.

  • Right: A group of runners taking part in the Blue Line Relay held Saturday in coordination with the end of National Police Week to honor fallen officers makes its way past through the intersection of Daniel K. Inouye Highway and Komohana Street in Hilo.

A Blue Line Relay was held Saturday in coordination with the end of National Police Week to honor fallen officers. The event, organized by FBI Special Agent Ed Ignacio, was ran by Hawaii Police Department officers, Department of Public Safety sheriffs and community supporters from the junction of Mamalahoa and Daniel K. Inouye Highway in South Kohala to the Hilo Police Station.

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