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Law enforcement agencies 'have more fuel to go out there and fight the good fight' after Dixon death
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A horse-drawn caisson carries Hall County Deputy Nicolas Blane Dixon to Memorial Park Cemetery Thursday, July 11, 2019, following funeral services at Free Chapel. - photo by Scott Rogers
Leading the caisson with Hall County Sheriff’s Office Deputy Nicolas Dixon to his resting place, Capt. Brad Rounds rode with his wife and his three daughters out of Free Chapel from the Thursday service. “As soon as we made that turn onto Browns Bridge (Road) and they saw just the immense crowd of support — the flags, all the police officers — they cried from that point all the way down to the Memorial Park cemetery,” Rounds said.