Ohio Sgt. Kills Self at Station
April 20, 2011
A veteran Euclid (Ohio) Police sergeant took his own life in the station's detective bureau earlier this morning.
Sgt. Kevin Blakeley, 52, was notified at 7 a.m. Wednesday he would face disciplinary action as a result of an internal investigation. The 28-year veteran officer then took out his service weapon and killed himself.
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Michael @ 4/21/2011 5:15 PM
What a sad day. I would think that other factors must have been going on in the Sgt.'s life to lead up to this. It sounds like the notice of Disciplinary Action was more then he could deal with on top of everything else at that moment in his life. What a waste and a very sad day for LE.
R. G. Montgomery @ 4/22/2011 7:39 PM
It is sad, Michael. And without question, there is more to this story. To all my friends, known and unknown, keep away from this sort of problem.
One cannot control many of the problems of life, but one's honor is always under one's control.
954cop @ 4/23/2011 9:27 AM
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