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Photo Gallery: Law enforcement Torch Run

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Newport Beach Police Chief Jon Lewis carries the torch north along Coast Highway at Jamboree Road in Newport Beach during the annual law enforcement Torch Run on Thursday. The run will wind through several cities before reaching Cal State Long Beach for the June 9 opening of the Special Olympics Summer Games.

 (Kevin Chang / Staff Photographer)
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Members of the Costa Mesa Police Department jog in Newport Beach on Thursday during the annual law enforcement Torch Run to help raise money and awareness for the Special Olympics of Southern California.

 (Kevin Chang / Staff Photographer)
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Newport Beach Police Chief Jon Lewis, center, takes the handoff from California Highway Patrol officers along Coast Highway at Jamboree Road in Newport Beach on Thursday during the annual law enforcement Torch Run for the Special Olympics.

 (Kevin Chang / Staff Photographer)
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Costa Mesa police Capt. Bryan Glass, center, greets Newport Beach Police Chief Jon Lewis at Mariners Park in Newport Beach during the law enforcement Torch Run for the Special Olympics on Thursday.

 (Kevin Chang / Staff Photographer)
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Newport Beach police and California Highway Patrol employees pose for a picture Thursday during the annual law enforcement Torch Run to help raise money and awareness for the Special Olympics of Southern California.

 (Kevin Chang / Staff Photographer)
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California Highway Patrol Officer Steve Miles carries the torch to Newport Beach police waiting along Coast Highway at Jamboree Road during the law enforcement Torch Run on Thursday.

 (Kevin Chang / Staff Photographer)
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