Mourners pay respects to Officer Carmack

INDIANAPOLIS (WISH) – Dozens of police officers paid their respects to Officer Kimberlee Carmack Tuesday evening.

Squad cars filled the parking lot outside Crown Hill Funeral Home where her visitation took place.

Investigators say Carmack’s ex-husband, Sgt. Ryan Anders, shot and killed the longtime IMPD veteran inside her west side home last week.

On Wednesday, parts of Indianapolis will shut down in honor of services for Officer Carmack. IMPD will close the intersection of Meridian and 14th Street at 9 a.m.

Funeral services will then start at Saints Peter and Paul Cathedral at 11 a.m.

A procession of around 1,000  patrol cars is expected to leave the church around noon. They’ll first head north on Meridian Street before winding their way past the Southwest District Headquarters on King Avenue.

The final stop will be Crown Hill.

A final tribute is planned in the “Heroes of Public Safety” section of the cemetery.

IMPD is also giving the public a way to pay final respects to Officer Carmack.

They say her patrol car will be moved to the Southwest District Headquarters early tomorrow morning.

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Two IMPD officers dead in apparent murder-suicide 

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