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NYPD Officer from Orangetown passes away due to 9/11 related illness

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Orangetown – Eighteen years after two planes crashed into the World Trade Center, the death toll continues to rise. Patrick McGovern, a New York Police Department officer from Orangetown, died on May 2nd from a 9/11-related cancer, NYPD 49 Precinct announced on Thursday morning.

“The men and women of the Orangetown PBA are heartbroken at the loss of one of our fellow brother, PO Patrick McGovern of the NYPD. We express our condolences to the McGovern family, as well as Pat’s NYPD family. Pat has many close friends in the Orangetown PBA, as well as the greater law enforcement community. Pat was a life long resident of Orangetown and will be greatly missed. PO McGovern unfortunate passing is a line of duty death stemming from 9/11 illness. We thank PO McGovern for bravely serving the City of New York, the people of NYC and for his efforts in the wake of the 9/11 attacks. We will never forget Pat or his family. – Orangetown PBA

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Missing Juveniles Last Seen In Peekskill NY Please Help Find These Girls

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                                                Added photos are of Violet Munroe
Yorktown PD has been working around the clock with the New York State Police and multiple law enforcement agencies, in an attempt to locate Violet Munroe and Evelyn Jimenez. Please share any information or tips to:
Yorktown Police Department–(914)-962-4141
New York State Police (914)-737-7171
NYSP Cortlandt BCI Phone Number (914)-788-8044

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National Police Week May 12th – May 18th

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As we embark on National Police Week 2024, the Clarkstown Police Department proudly stands alongside law enforcement agencies nationwide in honoring the courage, sacrifice, and service of our brave men and women.
During this poignant week, we pay tribute to those who have made the ultimate sacrifice in the line of duty, their memories forever etched in our hearts and minds. Amidst the solemn ceremonies and heartfelt remembrances, let us also take this opportunity to express our deepest and most sincere appreciation to all law enforcement officers who bravely serve and protect our communities each day. Your dedication and sacrifice are truly remarkable and do not go unnoticed.
Join us in commemorating National Police Week 2024 as we honor the past, celebrate the present, and look toward a future of continued strength and unity in the face of adversity. #NationalPoliceWeek

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