DEKALB COUNTY, Ind. (WANE) — As funeral services are underway at Garrett High School for Master Trooper James Bailey, the surrounding community is commemorating his life with flags, signs and more.
WANE 15 crew were at the high school covering Saturday’s service and procession. Below are photos of the outside of the school honoring the late Master Trooper, which is where he graduated in 1991.
Local businesses like Kroger Auburn are also remembering Master Trooper James Bailey with signs and balloons outside of the grocery store.
Other establishments have flags at half-staff as well as letter signs thanking Master Trooper James Bailey for his service.
Flags line the block of the DeKalb County Courthouse. A cross wrapped in blue stands in front of Classic City Body & Paint. Blue ribbons are tied around light poles down the streets.
Master Trooper James Bailey’s police car is also on display in front of St. Joseph Catholic Church. The hood is taped in black and blue duct tape.
A livestream of the funeral service and procession can be viewed here.
WANE 15 will continue to provide coverage on WANE 15’s Nightcast Saturday evening or throughout the day on wane.com.