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The 2012 Aquidneck Island National Police Parade began at the Hampton Inn and Suites, 317 West Main Road, Middletown and continued south into Newport. Thousands of spectators lined the streets to watch this massive parade. This year's grand marshal was Bob Shaw, father of Providence Police Departmentís Sgt. Steven Shaw, who was killed in February 1994. Also honored at the parade was Providence Police Sergeant Maxwell Dorley, who died in a police cruiser crash last month.

 

The crowd was entertained by the Rhode Island Highlander Pipe and Drum Band, the Newport AOH Pipe and Drum Band, the U.S. Navy Band as well as the Middletown Cheerleaders, just to name a few. In addition, approximately 40 different bands took part in the parade including high school bands from across the nation and numerous police Pipe and Drum Corps that marched as well. Civilian organizations such as the Boys' and Girls' Scouts also took part in the annual commemoration to honor our heroes.

This year, as in many years past, the Eastern Vintage Police Car Association was proud to take part in Rhode Islandís esteemed memorial parade.

 


 


Rob Capone's beautiful Trumbull Police Department 1978 Plymouth Fury

 

The Aquidneck Island National Police Parade began at the Hampton Inn and Suites, 317 West Main Road, Middletown and continued south into Newport.

 

Starting things off with the Thompson Middle School Marching Band.

Rich Kovach's newly acquired "Metropolitan Police Department" 1986 Plymouth Grand Fury.

 


 

 

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