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We Remember

OPMF13 years ago today...
Constable Tyler L. Boutilier serving with the OPP

Constable Boutilier was responding to an Emergency Response Team call out. He was traveling on Highway 15 near Seeley Bay in the Township of Leeds and the Thousand Islands, when a vehicle heading southbound pulled out to pass other traffic. The female driver failed to pull back into her own lane hitting the cruiser sending it into the ditch. Cst. Boutilier died in Kingston hospital from his injuries.

OPMF14 years ago today...
Constable Philip R. Shrive serving with the OPP

On May 16th 2003 Constable Shrive was on radar patrol, westbound on Hwy #17 between Storyland Rd. and Bruce St. in Horton Twp. when he attempted to make a "U" turn. A tractor trailer following the cruiser collided into the driver's door of the cruiser. Phil was taken to "hospital in Renfrew, then airlifted to hospital in Ottawa. He died seven days later from his injuries.

OPMF22 years ago today...
Constable Kenneth Y. Roy serving with the OPP

PC Roy was killed May 23, 1995 while involved in a single motor vehicle accident while on patrol in South Porcupine.

OPMF60 years ago today...
Sergeant Claire J. McGillen serving with the Peterborough Police

On May 23, 1957, while enforcing noon hour rush routes and driving a three-wheel police motorcycle, Sergeant McGillen lost control, left the road and drove head on into a building wall. Sergeant McGillen died at the scene.

OPMF77 years ago today...
Constable Alfred J. Ferguson serving with the OPP

PC Ferguson was killed when operating his motorcycle on routine patrol, southbound on Hwy. 34 near Vankleek Hill. A vehicle ahead was overtaking a horse and cart and stopped because of an oncoming truck. Constable Ferguson's motorcycle struck the stopped vehicle. He had transferred from the Department of Highway Motorcycle Patrol in 1930.

OPMF81 years ago today...
Constable George E. J. Lewis serving with the Sarnia Police

On May 23, 1936, Constable Lewis responded to a report of a holdup at a liquor store at Cromwell and Christina Streets. As he entered the premises, he was shot and killed instantly by the notorious Norman F. (Red) Ryan.


 

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