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Police Officer Charles J. Callemyn | Durham Police Department, North Carolina Durham Police Department, North Carolina

Police Officer

Charles J. Callemyn

Durham Police Department, North Carolina

End of Watch: Saturday, February 17, 2007

Bio & Incident Details

Age: 33

Tour: 8 years

Badge # 9881

Cause: Automobile accident

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Officer Charles J. Callemyn was killed in a single vehicle accident while responding to back up another officer on a traffic stop.

Officer Callemyn lost control of his vehicle on Holloway Street and struck the underpass of North Carolina Highway 70 at approximately 3 am.

Officer Callemyn had served with the Durham Police Department for 2 years and had previously served with the Duke University Police Department for 6 years. He was a US Marine Corps veteran and the US Army Reserves veteran of the War on Terror. He is survived by his wife and two sons.

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Ten years this Feb 17 2017! I have missed you over these years. The weather was beautiful on the 17th! Joshua and Justin are grown and they need you so much. Growing up is difficult and even so much more with their Dad.

You are stilled loved by all of us.

Mom

"Praise be to God and Gather of our Lord Jesus Christ. God has given us every spiritual blessing in the heavenly world. That is, in Christ, he chose us before the world was made so that we would be his holy people - people without blame before him." Ephesians 1:3-4.

Cathy Callemyn Carter
Mother
February 21, 2017

 

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