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Colusa Police Officer recognized for years of service

The Colusa City Council on Jan. 15 recognized Officer Larry Lorman for 10 years of service. 

Lorman was sworn onto the Colusa Police Department on Jan. 5, 2009, and is currently the senior officer. 

Lorman is a Colusa County native. He graduated from Williams High School in 1990. He served as an active duty military police officer in the U.S. Marine Corps from 1991 to 1995 and served several other stints with the Marine Corps and Nevada Air National Guard. 

Lorman is a 2001 graduate of California State University, Chico. He graduated from the Butte College Law Enforcement Academy in Oroville in 2008, and continues to be a role model for other officers, city officials said.  

In addition to recognizing Lorman for his dedicated service to the citizens of Colusa, the City Council last week held a moment of silence for fallen police Officer Natalie Corona, also a Colusa County native. 

Officer Corona was shot and killed on Jan. 10 while on duty with the Davis Police Department. 

The Williams City Council also held a moment of silence in honor of Cornoa at their regular meeting on Jan. 16. ■

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