A procession of police officers and first responders completed an honorary procession for Mooresville Police K9 Officer Jordan Sheldon on Sheldon, starting at Calvary Church in Charlotte following his funeral and concluding at the Mooresville Police Department.
A Mount Mourne fire fighter waits for the miles-long procession.
A group of motorcycle officers follows the lead cars in the funeral procession.
Naomi Hofert brought her sons, Ethan (standing) and Jackson to see Friday's procession for Mooresville Police Officer Jordan Sheldon.
The hearse carrying Jordan Sheldon began its journey in Charlotte, with one last trip through Mooresville before reaching it's destination in Concord where Mooresville Police Officer Jordan Sheldon was laid to rest.
A long line of police cars, from North Carolina and surrounding states, honored Officer Sheldon.
A flag flies from atop the ladder of a Harmony fire truck parked on top of the bridge at Exit 33 on Friday afternoon.
Honoring Officer Sheldon
Colten William Bowman, 2, salutes during the time of the procession outside his parents' house near Taylorsville. He is standing beside the Taylorsville Police Department car of his father, Douglas Bowman. He is the grandson of Alexander County Sheriff Chris Bowman.