Officer Martin 'Marty' Domzalski

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Officer Martin 'Marty' Domzalski

Today 15 July 1999 in BPD history we lost our Brother P/O Martin 'Marty' Domzalski after he took his own life, on 20 July 1981, we lost our Brother Police Officer Ronald L. Tracey to gun fire Marty was Officer Tracey's partner, but was on an H-Day when his partner was killed officer's take the responsibility of protecting their partners very personal, and in this case, Officer Domzalski never got over not being there. It haunted him for years until he couldn't take it anymore and on this day in 1999, he took his own life.



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