DETROIT, MI – The Detroit Police Department first lost a 911 dispatcher and now a command officer has died from COVID-19 related complications.
He was a highly respected officer who was said to have his community always in his focus at all times. He was a true servant to his community. The command officer was described as being extremely kind. Many have been left stunned at his passing.
Further information about this second loss for the Detroit Police Department is expected tomorrow. No further details are being released at this time.
A 38-year-old 911 dispatcher with the Detroit Police Department died Monday morning from complications caused by the COVID-19 virus. That announcement was made on Tuesday morning by Mayor Mike Duggan. The family of the dispatcher requested that their loved ones name not be released at the time of the announcement. This person had been employed with the city for 11 years.