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Police Officer Manuel Borgos | Westchester County Parkway Police Department, New York Westchester County Parkway Police Department, New York

Police Officer

Manuel Borgos

Westchester County Parkway Police Department, New York

End of Watch: Thursday, June 23, 1938

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Age: 40

Tour: Not available

Badge # Not available

Cause: Motorcycle accident

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Officer Borgos died from injuries sustained in a motorcycle accident on Mill Road in Eastchester. He was 40 years old.
A 62 year old man was held on a charge of homicide after the accident. The man told police he was attempting to make a left hand turn when the motorcycle driven by Officer Borgos crashed into the side of his car.

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RIP P.O. Borgos - you live on in the memories of all law enforcement officers especially WCPD. God Bless!

Police Officer (Retired) P. Parent
Westchester Co. Dept. of Public Safety
June 24, 2015


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