A LICENSE TO REMEMBER

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Georgia State Patrol honors widow with a special gift. In 1979, Georgia State Patrolman Keith Sewell was killed in a car accident while responding to a call about a motorcycle gang riot in Greene County. His widow, June Wallace, and son Brian Sewell, were presented with a very special gift this Tuesday to honor Keithís memory: An original Georgia State Patrol license plate bearing Keith Sewellís badge number, #401, which has been retired since his death. Retired Master Trooper Truman Boyle happen to come across the long-lost tag on Ebay and the seller offered to send it to the family for free. Corporal Cory Seymour presented June and her son Brian with the tag at the Georgia State Patrol Post in Madison.

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