Sergeant Raymond P. Cimino

Sergeant Raymond P. Cimino

Chelsea Police Department, Massachusetts

End of Watch Thursday, February 28, 1985

Raymond P. Cimino

Sergeant Raymond Cimino suffered a fatal heart attack while participating in a training exercise.

While role playing as a resisting suspect, Sergeant Cimino was handcuffed and being held to the floor when he suddenly yelled to end the scenario and to take the handcuffs off. He immediately began grabbing his chest and was transported to a local hospital. He died as a result of the heart attack several days later.

Sergeant Cimino was a veteran of the National Guard and had served with the Chelsea Police Department for a total of 10 years. He is survived by his wife and five children.

Bio

  • Age 44
  • Tour 10 years
  • Badge Not available
  • Military Veteran

Incident Details

  • Cause Heart attack

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So glad to hear today that after all these years, approval has finally been granted to add Sergeant Cimino's name on the wall of the National Memorial in Washington DC. Raymond, I never met you, but have known your wife Mary Ellen for many years through C.O.P.S. She is a wonderful woman and fought strenuously for these many years to get you the honor that you deserve.

Sergeant Lee G. Tager, Retired
CT Representative of New England C.O.P.S.

November 3, 2017

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