PLYMOUTH MEETING, Pa. (CBS) — The first public viewing for a slain police officer was held on Tuesday.READ MORE: 2 Suspects In Custody After Shooting Near Lincoln High School Left Man Killed, 16-Year-Old In Critical Condition, Police Say
On Tuesday evening, family, friends and co-workers gathered to remember Officer Brad Fox, who was killed last week while on-duty.
The officer’s widow, Lindsay Fox, held their five-month-old daughter as the casket arrived at Epiphany of Our Lord for the first of two public viewings.READ MORE: University Of Delaware To Host Campus Safety Event On Gender-Based Violence Following Last Week's Arrest Of Brandon Freyre
Officer Fox was shot and killed on the eve of his 35th birthday last Thursday while pursuing a hit and run suspect. Investigators say that 44-year-old suspect Andrew Charles Thomas killed Officer Fox in Plymouth Township before taking his own life.
A second public viewing was held Wednesday, which was followed by a Catholic Mass at 11 a.m.MORE NEWS: John Dougherty, Bobby Henon Corruption Trial Resumes Tuesday