From left, Lt. Paul Adams, Cindy Winzenread, Taylor Winzenread and Cpt. Anthony ScottVersailles, Ind.— More than 75 police officers, residents and Indiana State Police superintendent, Douglas Carter paid tribute to fallen officers at the Versailles post Wednesday. Due to weather conditions the huddled into the training room for the ceremony.Cindy Winzenread offered opening statements with her daughter, Taylor, now 20 at her side. Taylor was about 1-month-old when her father was killed along I-74 while assisting a motorist.Following her remarks, Cpt. Anthony Scott and Lt. Paul Adams read the name of each Indiana State trooper killed in the line of duty along with a brief description of hFrom left, Lt. Paul Adams and Cpt. Anthony Scottow the fatality occurred. The list included the names of five troopers killed while serving in the Versailles District. The ceremony included a 21-gun salute, done just outside the packed room and a trooper playing “Taps.”The ceremony ended with a pitch-in lunch and time to socialize.