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Ohio Officer Dies at Home Shoveling Snow

February 02, 2015  | 

Officer Mike Greenwood (Photo: Toledo PD)
Officer Mike Greenwood (Photo: Toledo PD)

The Toledo (Ohio) Police Department is mourning the loss of one of their own Monday after the untimely death of a veteran officer.

Officer Mike Greenwood, 52, passed away at his Toledo home after an apparent heart attack. Reports say the 31-year law enforcement veteran was clearing snow when the heart attack occurred, NBC 24 reports.


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RICHARD ISAACS, DET. SGT. @ 2/2/2015 6:39 PM

I AM SORRY FOR THE FAMILY OF OFFICER GREENWOOD AND FOF COURSE OFFICER GREEN WOOD. I WILL GET BOOS FOR THIS BUT DON'T LET ANY ONE TELL YOU HIS 31 YEARS OF SERVICE DIDN'T CONTRIBUTE TO HIS HEART ATTACK. TRUTHFULLY I WOULD BE SURPRISED IF THIS COMMENT IS PRINTED. I HAD MY FIRST HEART ATTACK AT AGE 62 AFTER OVER 20 YEARS OF BEING A POLICE OFFICER. I HAD ALREADY RETIRED BUT ALL MY DRS SAID THE STRESS OF MY JOB PROBABLY CONTRIBUTED TO MY HEART ATTACK. YOU, HIS FAMILY SHOULD BE COMPENSATED FOR OFFICER GREENWOODS CONTRIBUTION TO MAKING THE STREETS SAFER FOR ALL THE CITIZENS OF TOLEDO

RICHARD ISAACS, DET. SGT. @ 2/2/2015 6:43 PM

REST IN PEACE OFFICER GREENWOOD, YOUR IN A BETTER PLACE. MY PRAYERS GO OUT TO YOUR FAMILY.

Ima Leprechaun @ 2/4/2015 12:17 PM

My condolences to Officer Greenwood's family and to his agency.

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