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Two Watertown police officers involved in the April 19 events surrounding the Boston Marathon bombing suspects received a dose of warm southern hospitality earlier this month in a trip to Georgia arranged by police there.
It was the first out-of-state visit the officers have made in relation to the terrorism events.
Officers Miguel Colon and Richard Munger were flown down to Georgia on May 31 and stayed through June 2 on funds raised by the LaGrange Police Department in Troup County, where the Watertown officers were the guests of honor at a charity run benefitting The One Fund Boston.