Ceremonial transfers honor Southport Lt. Aaron Allan, IMPD Deputy Chief Jim Waters

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INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. – The Indianapolis Fraternal Order of Police honored two local officers that passed away this week.

The FOP performed a ceremonial transfer for both IMPD Deputy Chief Jim Waters and Southport Lt. Aaron Allan Saturday afternoon.

Waters was transferred from the Marion County Coroner’s Office to the Crown Hill Funeral Home at about 12 p.m.

Lt. Allan was transferred around 3:30 p.m.

IMPD says the ceremonial route went eastbound on McCarty Street to northbound Illinois Street to westbound 38th Street to northbound Clarendon Road.

Waters died Thursday afternoon after being seriously injured in a crash on I-70 last Sunday.

Lt. Allan also died Thursday. Authorities say he was shot and killed by 28-year-old Jason Brown while responding to a crash in Homecroft. Brown is facing a preliminary charge of murder.

A GoFundMe account has been set up for Lt. Allan’s family. Click here for his funeral arrangements. 

Anyone who wishes to send cards, flowers, or other expressions of condolences for Waters are asked to send them to the IMPD Chaplin’s Office: 50 N Alabama St, Suite T-120 46204. Click here for funeral arrangements for the Deputy Chief.

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