Archive for: April 2014

Gold Star Families Memorial Park Cleanup

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Thanks to Emily Zalewski from St Daniel the Prophet and John Zalewski Jr , Richard Kiernicki and Michael McAndrew from Nazareth Academy High School for volunteering to spruce up Gold Star Families Memorial and Park after a harsh winter!  Thanks for your hard work!

P.O. John F. Lynch

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Name: Lynch, John F. Star: 11189 Memorial Panel #:  17 Rank: Police Officer District / Unit: 007 Distrct (Englewood) End of Watch: 19 August 1982 Incident Details: Police Officer John Lynch, 46, was a 20-year veteran of the Chicago Police Department, assigned to the 007 District. On August 19,...

Detective Roy A. Carney, Jr.

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Name: Roy A. Carney, Jr. Star: Uknown Memorial Panel #:  14 Rank: Detective District / Unit: Woodlawn Station End of Watch: 18 April 1958 Incident Details: Detective Roy Carney, 35, was a 10-year veteran of the Chicago Police Department, assigned to the Woodlawn Station. On April 18, 1958, off-duty...

P.O. Gregory R. Edwards

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Name: Gregory R. Edwards Star: 4562 Memorial Panel #:  6 Rank: Police Officer District / Unit: 003 Distrct (Grand Crossing) End of Watch: 29 Sept 1987 Incident Details: Police Officer Gregory Edwards, 27, was a 13 month veteran of the Chicago Police Department, assigned to the Grand Crossing District....

P.O. Richard J. Keogh

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Name: Keogh, Richard K. Star: Unknown Memorial Panel #:  24 Rank: Patrolman District / Unit: Motorcycle Division End of Watch: 27 September 1932 Incident Details: Police Officer Richard Keogh, 38, was a 14-year veteran of the Chicago Police Department, assigned to the Motorcycle Division. On September 27, 1932, Officer...

How a bullet changed Jim Mullen’s life

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  By Shia Kapos Article in Crane’s Chicago Business  from April 03, 2014 Jim Mullen, a former Chicago police officer shot in the line of duty who remade his life as an entrepreneur, is looking to take his product national. Mr. Mullen is CEO of Chicago-based Mullen Foods, which makes applesauce based on...

$15,000 Reward Offered for Killers of Retired Chicago Cop

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The Chicago Police Memorial Foundation is offering a $15,000 reward for information leading to the arrests and convictions of the individuals responsible for the murder of a retired Chicago police sergeant. Elmer Brown was trying to protect his wife from two hooded intruders that forced their way into his...
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