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4 charged after trespassing onto fallen officer's grave

An adult male, Kaheem D. Chambers, 17 of Americus, is also charged with criminal trespass. (Source: Americus Police Department) An adult male, Kaheem D. Chambers, 17 of Americus, is also charged with criminal trespass. (Source: Americus Police Department)
Nicholas Smarr was killed in the line of duty in December of 2016 (Source: Family photo via Facebook) Nicholas Smarr was killed in the line of duty in December of 2016 (Source: Family photo via Facebook)
Three juveniles and one adult have been charged in connection with trespassing onto a fallen police officer's grave. (Source: Janice Smarr) Three juveniles and one adult have been charged in connection with trespassing onto a fallen police officer's grave. (Source: Janice Smarr)
The grave had footprints on it when police arrived. (Source: Janice Smarr) The grave had footprints on it when police arrived. (Source: Janice Smarr)
AMERICUS, GA (WALB) -

Three juveniles and one adult have been charged in connection with trespassing onto a fallen police officer's grave.

This after surveillance footage captured one man on camera.

According to Maj. Herman Lamar with the Americus Police Department Kaheem D. Chambers, 17 of Americus, is charged with criminal trespass.

The video shows Chambers standing, spitting and walking on fallen Americus Police Officer Nick Smarr's grave, which had footprints when police arrived.

Two female juveniles are charged with curfew violation and obstruction of officers.

They were being held in custody before being sent to Macon, GA.

A third female juvenile was charged with curfew violation and released to a parent.

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