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Patrolman Charles R. Bozman

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Patrolman Charles R. Bozman

While this is not a line of duty death, it was the result of a combination of the job and stupidity, therefore we should rememebr Patrolman Charles R. Bozman, and hopefully by taking a minute to rememebr him, we might reduce the chances of similar deaths in the future. By educating our Brothers and Sisters to be more serious about the wagons we carry, hopefully we can prevent us from ever having to take a moment of silence in the future for this type senseless act. Let us remember our Brother Patrolman Charles R. Bozman who today 5 March 1932 in Baltimore  Police History lost his life as he carelessly began playing with his issued service revolver. In a carry-out full of people he drew his service weapon, put it to his head and began using it to scratch his inner ear as he said something to the effect of this is the perfect way to clean out your ear. Just then the pistol discharged instantly taking his life   #‎BPDNeverForget‬

The Baltimore Sun Sat Mar 5 1932 72

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The Baltimore Sun Sat Mar 5 1932 72

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The Baltimore Sun Sat Mar 5 1932 72

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