ALBANY, GA (WALB) - The funeral for a Sylvester man killed by an Albany Dougherty Drug Agent during a traffic stop on the Liberty Expressway last week will be held Saturday.
The service for 39 year old Clayton Lewis will be held at the Full Pentecostal Church in Poulan at noon.
Lewis was shot eight times on January 20th as he drove off from a traffic stop.
Investigators say hit one drug agent with his car. They say he pulled a gun, and another agent in the back seat, Mark Farley, fired 11-shots. Farley shot himself once in the shoulder.
He returned to work Wednesday but is on administrative duty until the investigation is complete.
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