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Sergeant Charles W. Rice, Jr. | Westchester County Department of Public Safety, New York Westchester County Department of Public Safety, New York


Charles W. Rice, Jr.

Westchester County Department of Public Safety, New York

End of Watch: Friday, January 9, 2009

Bio & Incident Details

Age: 53

Tour: 22 years

Badge # 32

Cause: Duty related illness

Incident Date: 3/3/1987

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Sergeant Charles Rice passed away as result of a disease he contracted from a prisoner during a transport in December 1987. The prisoner was infected with Hepatitis C, which was passed onto to Sergeant Rice.

Sergeant Rice was diagnosed with the disease in 1996 and passed away as a result on January 9, 2009.

Sergeant Rice was survived by his wife and daughter.

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You will always be remembered as a good man and a great boss;

It was an honor working with you, REST IN PEACE BROTHER.

Betsey, I wish the best for you and your family. God Bless.

Retired Det. Howard Moskalik
Westchester County police
January 10, 2015


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