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Remembrance
By Dan  Shapiro
(2/4/16)
All these years later, still shocked at the news of Dave's death. Worked with him for several years at the Oceanside Police Department ...

We love and miss you
By Sheri Simpson-DeSimone
(1/9/16)
It will be 27 years since you were taken from us on 1/20. I miss your smile quirky humor, and your wisdom ...

PO Jose M. Ortiz 9/21/00
By Arlene McMahon
(1/3/16)
When we visited your grave we saw a beautiful Christmas wreath ...

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Lyndhurst officer recognized for helping fellow passengers escape derailed Amtrak train
Source: NORTHJERSERY.COM by Abbott Koloff
Date: January 29, 2016

A Lyndhurst police officer who, though injured himself, helped rescue people from the wreckage of an Amtrak train in Philadelphia last year was recognized on Friday by a national law enforcement organization that gave him an award for “exemplary law enforcement service.”

After a Dangerous Year, Officers' Family and Colleagues Reflect
Source: NBC NEWS by Ari Melber and Safia Samee Ali
Date: January 18, 2016

When a gunman charged and shot Philadelphia police officer Jesse Hartnett in his squad car earlier this month, the harrowing confrontation was disturbingly familiar.

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