Pelham (Ala.) Police Officer Philip Davis was shot and killed during a traffic stop on Interstate 65 at around midnight on Dec. 3, 2009.
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COLUMBIANA, Ala. -- Alabama Medical Examiner Alfredo Parades testified this morning that an autopsy he performed showed that a Pelham police officer was killed by gunshot fire inches from his face.
Parades testified that a bullet fired from a .40 caliber Glock entered the left side of Philip Davis' face.
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