Man accused of killing Sacramento Police Officer Tara O'Sullivan due in court

SACRAMENTO, Calif. (KGO) -- The man accused of killing Sacramento Police Officer Tara O'Sullivan is expected in court today.

Adel Sambrano Ramos faces murder and attempted murder charges for a shootout with police last week. Officers were responding to a domestic violence call at a home in Sacramento. They say Ramos fired more than a dozen shots at officers.

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Hundreds of officers attended a vigil for her at Sacramento State University last night. That's where she started police training.

O'Sullivan was from the Bay Area; she graduated from College Park High School in Pleasant Hill.

A memorial service for O'Sullivan is set for this Thursday.

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Sacramento State has set up a scholarship in her name for the Law Enforcement Candidate Scholars' Program, cementing her legacy at the school.

You can make a donation to Officer O'Sullivan's memorial fund here.
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