On Saturday, April 4, the city of Pittsburgh was stunned by the deaths of three police officers - killed on a domestic dispute call.
Officer Eric Kelly was headed home after his overnight shift, when he detoured to the scene for backup. He had 14 years on the force.
Officers Paul Sciullo and Stephen Mayhle were newer - two years each - but no less devoted to the job. Their supervisor remembers both were always early, ready to start their shift, and "just loved being cops".
We honor the sacrifice of Officers Kelly, Sciullo, and Mayhle as part of our team's special coverage of National Police Week.