Special Olympics torch carrier Michael Lynch, center, and members of the Collier County Sheriff’s Office, the Naples Police Department and their families leave the parking lot of Faith Lutheran Church for the third leg of the Law Enforcement Torch Run for the Special Olympics on Wednesday morning. This is the 15th year Lynch, formerly of Naples and now living in Blue Ridge, Ga., has carried the torch for the county run. The 15.2-mile torch run is part of a larger 1,500-mile relay through the state that ends with the opening ceremonies for the Special Olympics State Summer Games in Tampa on April 28.

Photo by DAVID AHNTHOLZ, Daily News

Special Olympics torch carrier Michael Lynch, center, and members of the Collier County Sheriff’s Office, the Naples Police Department and their families leave the parking lot of Faith Lutheran Church for the third leg of the Law Enforcement Torch Run for the Special Olympics on Wednesday morning. This is the 15th year Lynch, formerly of Naples and now living in Blue Ridge, Ga., has carried the torch for the county run. The 15.2-mile torch run is part of a larger 1,500-mile relay through the state that ends with the opening ceremonies for the Special Olympics State Summer Games in Tampa on April 28.

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