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  • Rest in peace my friend..

    http://www.ajc.com/news/content/metr...05/12shot.html
    Just the facts ma`am, just the facts.

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    Part time Officer, only been on the job since March.


    Rest in peace brother.


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      Is this the officer that was taken hostage? Do you know anything else...I'm curious to how that happened?

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        Originally posted by Chase211
        Is this the officer that was taken hostage? Do you know anything else...I'm curious to how that happened?

        He was #2 on a traffic stop, as an arrest was about to go down, the suspect fought the officer, placed him in a headlock, and fired 2 shots to his head. He then fled accross the street into the post officer, and either shot himself, or died from shots from the other officer as he ran into the post office.

        Heres the news artical;
        ajc.com > Metro > DeKalb/Rockdale

        Policeman's death stuns Pine Lake
        Violence rare in tiny DeKalb town

        By JEFFRY SCOTT, DAVID SIMPSON
        The Atlanta Journal-Constitution
        Published on: 08/13/05

        The scene outside the Pine Lake Police Department on Friday morning was out of place in the little town in DeKalb County that feels like a 1950s lake resort.

        Television trucks were parked nearby, and camera crews were set up. The town's police chief, Sarai Y'Hudah-Green, was holding a news conference on the shooting death of Officer Francis Ortega, who was killed in a shootout Thursday afternoon at the Pine Lake post office.
        RENEE' HANNANS HENRY/AJC
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        'Officer [Francis] Ortega loved his job and loved his family,' Pine Lake police Chief Sarai Y'Hudah-Green said Friday.

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        Pine Lake Officer Francis Ortega was gunned down during a traffic stop, police believe.

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        "Officer Ortega loved his job and loved his family," she said. "He was just a hardworking man just trying to provide and have the best for his family."

        Y'hudah-Green was outside because the tiny Police Department is too small to handle such a crowd. The department is on the bottom floor of what used to be a Unitarian church.

        In the seven decades of its existence, the town of about 600 in south DeKalb has been known as a quiet artist's enclave within the busy metro area
        Irish Toasts
        When we drink, we get drunk.
        When we get drunk, we fall asleep.
        When we fall asleep, we commit no sin.
        When we commit no sin, we go to heaven.
        So, let's all get drunk, and go to heaven!

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