Sebena, Aleman, 3 others from Wis. honored tonight at national memorial

CREATED May 13, 2013 - UPDATED: May 13, 2013

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WASHINGTON, D.C. - People from Wisconsin and around the country will be honoring law enforcement officers who died while on duty.

Five of those officers come from Wisconsin, including Jennifer Sebena who was killed in Wauwatosa on Christmas Eve 2012.

The National Law Enforcement Memorial is two waist height, semi circle walls flanking a reflecting pool in the middle. 

The walls bear the names of thousands of fallen officers from across the country.

Five new names from Wisconsin are freshly inscribed.

Sebena's husband is accused of killing her while she was on break Christmas Eve. 

Milwaukee County Sheriff's Deputy Sergio Aleman died when his squad truck crashed on i-43 in downtown Milwaukee.

Both will be honored as part of a candlelight vigil ceremony here tonight, along with three others from Wisconsin who died in the 1910's.