were scheduled for Friday for Gassville,
Ark., police officer James Sell, who was killed after
he pulled over a teenager wanted for an attack at a
gay bar in Massachusetts.
Sell, 63, died early Sunday after a Saturday
gunfight with Jacob Robida, 18, who was wanted for the
attack at the bar in New Bedford, Mass., where police
say Robida used a hatchet and a gun to assault patrons.
Police say Robida killed Sell and a woman who was with
Robida, Jennifer Rena Bailey, 33, of Charleston, W.Va.
A 20-mile chase followed Sell's shooting, and
authorities say Robida shot Bailey dead before officers shot Robida.
Robida died of his wounds Sunday.
Sell worked in the Blytheville Police Department
for 30 years, retiring as a captain. He joined the
Gassville department on October 13, 2003. Law officers
from around the country are expected to take part in the
Friday service, officials in Baxter County said. (AP)