Family, friends mourn retired Chicago police officer slain outside his home

Loved ones paid their final respects on Friday to a retired Chicago police officer who was killed in a shooting outside his home last week.

On the same afternoon, Chicago police announced a second arrest had been made in connection with the incident.

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The visitation for 73-year-old Larry Neuman was held at Saint Michael Missionary Baptist Church, on the city's South Side. Neuman was a retired Marine and held the distinction of being the longest serving explosives technician in CPD history.

More recently, he worked for TSA as a bomb training expert out of both O'Hare and Midway airports.

Neuman was also an ordained minister who is being remembered by friends and family as a pillar of the community.

He is survived by his wife and children.