Savannah-Chatham police detective Victor Gordon died Saturday morning. He served in the Marine Corps, then joined the police department 18 years ago, working as a patrol officer and with the Tactical Reaction and Prevention Unit, undercover.
In 2001, they voted him Police Officer of the Year.
The funeral is Friday morning at 11am at the Litway Baptist Church on Shell Road in Thunderbolt.
Victor Gordon was 42 years old.
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