By Susan Hardee Steger
September 28, 2021

A procession of law enforcement personnel and family members left the Jacksonville Medical Examiners officer to bring 29-year-old Deputy Moyers back to Nassau County where he served as a Nassau County Deputy.   From Jacksonville to Fernandina Beach, thousands lined the streets and highway as the two-hour motorcade proceeded to Oxley Heard Funeral Home. Moyers was killed in the line of duty after a routine traffic stop in Callahan, Florida.

Shortly before 8 o’clock, the procession made its way down Atlantic Avenue. Among those lining the street were Boy Scouts in  uniform, politicians, adults and children, and television crews. For a short time, a drone hovered over the area to capture the motorcade’s arrival.

Funeral services will be held at noon on Saturday, October 2, at Callahan First Baptist Church.


Along State Road 200, people gather to pay tribute to Deputy Moyers. Photo courtesy of Cindy Jackson.

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