Alrosa Officer Honored

(BW&BK) A Columbus police officer who ended a nightclub shooting rampage is receiving a national honor, NBC 4 reported.

Officer James Niggemeyer received honorable mention in Parade Magazine's 2005 Police Service Awards. His story will appear in Sunday's edition.

Niggemeyer responded to the DAMAGEPLAN concert at Alrosa Villa on Dec. 8, 2004. Nathan Gale shot and killed four people and injured three others before Niggemeyer entered the building and killed him with one shotgun blast to the head.[see full story for more] - Click here for the Full Story

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