As the Jackson County Sheriff’s Department’s Ben Kenney (from left) and Hugh Mills looked on in 2009, former Kansas City police officer Patrick Brown showed the shirt he was wearing when he was shot in the chest by Saeed Aquil on Dec. 31, 1994. Sgt. Larry Schoen, who was a police officer and Brown’s partner at that time, showed Brown’s bullet-resistant vest, which saved his life.
As the Jackson County Sheriff’s Department’s Ben Kenney (from left) and Hugh Mills looked on in 2009, former Kansas City police officer Patrick Brown showed the shirt he was wearing when he was shot in the chest by Saeed Aquil on Dec. 31, 1994. Sgt. Larry Schoen, who was a police officer and Brown’s partner at that time, showed Brown’s bullet-resistant vest, which saved his life. File photo The Kansas City Star
As the Jackson County Sheriff’s Department’s Ben Kenney (from left) and Hugh Mills looked on in 2009, former Kansas City police officer Patrick Brown showed the shirt he was wearing when he was shot in the chest by Saeed Aquil on Dec. 31, 1994. Sgt. Larry Schoen, who was a police officer and Brown’s partner at that time, showed Brown’s bullet-resistant vest, which saved his life. File photo The Kansas City Star

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