Slain LAPD Officer James C. Beyea honored with Reseda pathway dedication
Los Angeles city officials on Thursday dedicated a pathway in Reseda to the memory of a rookie police officer killed in the line of duty nearly 27 years ago, completing a mission started by the slain officer’s friend.
Members of the Los Angeles Police Department and City Councilman Bob Blumenfield unveiled a street sign noting the Officer James C. Beyea Memorial Walk, a one-eighth-mile pathway on Crebs Avenue in Reseda along the Aliso Creek Flood Control Channel.
Among the attendees was LAPD Sgt. Walter Hanna, who had met Beyea years earlier in the California Air National Guard.