Accused killer’s family expresses sympathy to family of slain Officer Daryle Holloway: ‘We are deeply sorry for their loss’ _lowres

This undated photo provided by the City of New Orleans shows Officer Daryle Holloway. The New Orleans Police Department said Holloway was shot while transporting a suspect, Travis Boys, who managed to get his handcuffed hands from behind his back to the front, grab a firearm and shoot the officer. A manhunt was underway for the 33-year-old Boys, according to Police Chief Michael Harrison. (City of New Orleans via AP)

In addition to previously announced funeral plans, the city said Thursday that a public visitation for slain New Orleans police Officer Daryle Holloway will be held from 3 p.m. to 6 p.m. Friday at Rhodes Funeral Home, 3933 Washington Ave.

Holloway, a 22-year veteran of the NOPD, was killed Saturday as he was transporting an arrested man to Central Lockup.

As announced earlier, a public viewing and memorial Mass will take place Saturday at St. Maria Goretti Church, 7300 Crowder Blvd. The viewing will take place from 7 a.m. to 11 a.m., with the Mass at 11 a.m.

Burial will be in St. Louis Cemetery No. 3, 3421 Esplanade Ave.

The memorial events are open to the public.

The New Orleans Police & Justice Foundation has created the Officer Daryle Holloway Fund. Donations can be made online or at any Chase Bank location to the New Orleans Police and Justice Foundation Dedicated Account #730016636.

The delivery of a flag and the officer’s awards to the family, a 21-gun salute and the end of watch call all will take place at the cemetery, the city said.

Holloway, 45, was killed while transporting domestic-violence suspect Travis Boys to Central Lockup. His death spurred a citywide manhunt that resulted in Boys’ arrest 24 hours later. Boys has been booked on multiple counts, including first-degree murder of a police officer.