PHOTOS: Remembering Fulton police Det. Terence Green

Family, friends and police officers from around the country Friday said farewell to a Fulton County police detective shot and killed last week.

Terence Avery Green, 48, was on duty March 4 when he was killed in what a Fulton police assistant chief called an ambush-style attack.

Amanuel Menghesha, the 42-year-old Fairburn man accused of shooting and killing Green, was booked March 5 into the Fulton County jail on murder and aggravated assault charges.

Officers from various agencies gathered at Turner Field at 10 a.m. for a processional to World Changers Church International on Burdett Road in College Park, the site of Green’s 1 p.m. funeral. Officers in the processional started arriving at the church just before noon.

»View scenes from the day through the eyes of Atlanta Journal-Constitution photographers.

Previous coverage:

»Video: Remembering a fallen officer | Terence Avery Green

»Leave condolences for the family of Fulton police Det. Terence Avery Green

»Photos: Remembering a fallen officer 

»Funeral Friday for Fulton officer killed in the line of duty

»Memorial fund set up for sons of slain Fulton officer

»Slain Fulton officer’s mother: It was way too soon for my baby

»Fulton officer “died doing what he loved: protect and serve”

»Terence Avery Green: 1966-2015


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