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Longtime Jacksonville officer honored by Florida law enforcement JACKSONVILLE, NC (WITN) One man who has dedicated his life to serving a community here in eastern Carolina was recognized Monday by a special group of law enforcement officers. In Onslow County it was the meeting of the Jacksonville Police Department and the Jacksonville Sheriff's Office from Florida. A group of officers came all the way up to NC to say thank you and meet JPD Officer XY Brown, who's been serving the community for 60-years. Brown is in his 90's and still currently an officer with the Jacksonville Police Department, making sure children get to school safely. Members of the Jacksonville Sheriff's Office decided they needed to make the trip after they saw a news story that was shared on Facebook. Lt. Lakesha Burton, Jacksonville Sheriff's Office says, "It was so impactful for me. I've been serving for 19-years and it really reminded me what service really is and he epitomizes what service is and just learning about how he served our country during WWII and served this community." The group had to take pictures and see the city, but not before showing off shirts they had made just for the occasion. Burton says, "On the back of the shirts it says, 'I am XY Brown,' because we should all strive to be like this man. He has a heart of gold." It was a meeting that was special for all involved, including Brown. He says, "It's the most wonderful feeling that a man can have." The Jacksonville, Florida crew is already headed back, but not without exchanging patches to make sure everyone remembered this trip. Brown says he has always wanted to be a police officer and has no plans to stop.
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