RICHMOND — The Richmond Police Department has released visitation and funeral details for fallen K-9 Officer Seara Burton.
Visitation will be held from 2-7 p.m. Sunday at the Richmond City Building.
Funeral services will be held at 11 a.m. Monday in the Tiernan Center at Richmond High School, 308 Hub Etchison Parkway.
After the funeral, there will be a procession to Crown Hill Cemetery in Indianapolis where Burton will be laid to rest in the Heroes of Public Safety Section.
"The public is invited to attend services to show their respect and honor Officer Burton and her sacrifice for the City of Richmond," the police department said in a release.
The Richmond Police Department has released the scheduled Monday procession route from Richmond High School to Crown Hill Cemetery for Officer Seara Burton.
The route is as follows.
- Richmond High School to Southwest G Street
- East (Left) on Southwest G Street to South 5th Street
- North(Left) onto South 5th Street to North A Street (US 40)
- West (Left) onto North A Street (US 40) to East Main Street
- West(Right) on East Main Street to Southwest 5th Street
- South(Left) on Southwest 5th Street to US 40
- West (Right) on US 40 to Illinois Street
- North (Right) on Illinois Street to 34th Street
- West (Left) onto 34th Street into Crown Hill Cemetery
The procession will then continue under a Garrison Flag, which will be located at 1st Street and West Main Street in Richmond.
Burton will be laid to rest at Crown Hill Cemetery in the Heroes of Public Safety Section.
Burton's visitation will take place Sunday from 2 - 7 p.m. at the Richmond City Building.
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