The city of Sheridan, Wyoming is finalizing plans to honor their fallen officers with a service and march to be held Friday, March 1st.

These services will include a chance for the entire community to pay their respects.

Here is what we know regarding Sgt. Nevada Krinkee's service

Police honors will be held at the Bruce Hoffman Golden Dome on the Sheridan College campus, located at 1 Whitney Way in Sheridan, starting at 1 p.m.

The public is invited to watch the procession which begins at noon at 11th and Main Streets.

From there the slow walk will proceed south to Coffeen Avenue, then on Coffeen Avenue to the entrance of Sheridan College and the Golden Dome.

Community members are asked to pay respects by lining the procession route.

As we've seen in the past with fallen servicemen in Wyoming, the streets are expected to be packed. Folks are asked to arrive early, due to the number of people expected to take part.

Friends and family will then hold a private memorial at Sheridan Municipal Cemetery.

Military personnel holding a folded US flag.

Krinkee died in the line of duty Tuesday while attempting to serve a trespass warning.

The suspected killer was later shot and killed by police after an over 30 hour standoff which resulted in the destruction of a house.

Officer Krinkee was hired by the Sheridan Police Department in October 2017. He had risen to the rank of sergeant by April 2022.

Prior the his service with the Sheridan Police Department, Krinkee had served eight years in the U.S. Army as airborne infantry.

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