OKLAHOMA CITY (AP) -- Six law enforcement officers from across the state will be inducted into the fourth class of the Oklahoma Law Enforcement Hall of Fame this weekend.
Lt. Gov. Todd Lamb will preside over the induction ceremony Saturday at the Oklahoma History Center in Oklahoma City.
This year's inductees are Oklahoma Highway Patrolman Gene Frusher; U.S. Marshal Clayton Johnson; Oklahoma State Bureau of Investigation forensic scientist Harvey Pratt; and longtime Bethany police officer Bernard Schmidt. Two inductees will be admitted posthumously, including former U.S. Marshal in Indian Territory Eli Hickman Bruner and veteran OHP Trooper Dan Combs.
The six officers will join 21 men and women who have been inducted in recent years.