FARGO (WJON NEWS) -- Funeral services are scheduled for Saturday morning at Pequot Lakes High School for Fargo police officer and Minnesota native Jake Wallin.

The public memorial service at 10:30 a.m. will be followed by a private graveside service at Greenwood Cemetery in Nisswa.

Twenty-three-year-old Wallin just completing field training with the Fargo Police Department,  died after a man opened fire on police and fire personnel responding to a car crash.

Two other officers were critically wounded and a female civilian was also injured.

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Governor Tim Walz has ordered flags to fly at half-staff over all state buildings Saturday in honor and remembrance of Wallin.  The governor says he was a dedicated member of the Minnesota National Guard and the Fargo Police Department, respected by family, friends and colleagues.



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