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March 15th, 2010 marks the 36th anniversary of Winnebago County, Illinois Sheriff's Detective Mike Mayborne's death by gunfire in the line of duty. Detective Mayborne was killed while attempting to apprehend bank robbery and kidnapping suspect Theodore Bacino in Loves Park, IL. March 15th, 1974. Mayborne was shot three times with the final deadly shot to the Officers head at close range while he was already down. Eyewitnesses to the crime testify in court, Bacino in execution style, murdered the downed Mayborne at point blank range. Theodore Bacino is now serving 124 years for the First Degree Murder of Officer Mayborne. Sadly, after only serving 7 years of his sentence he was eligible for parole. Since 1981 the family and friends of Deputy Mayborne have fought the parole of this career criminal and cop killer. Each and every year Mr. Bacino applies for parole and each and every year our painful memories of that day are relived. But we continue to fight for Mike. His service, courage and ultimate sacrifice will never be forgotten. You can help by visiting www.mikemayborne.com, complete and submit your formal parole protest of ILDOC Inmate C02070, T. Bacino.