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Agent Geniel Amaro-Fantauzzi | Puerto Rico Police Department, Puerto Rico Puerto Rico Police Department, Puerto Rico


Geniel Amaro-Fantauzzi

Puerto Rico Police Department, Puerto Rico

End of Watch: Monday, August 25, 2014

Bio & Incident Details

Age: 35

Tour: 16 years

Badge # 27010

Cause: Gunfire

Incident Date: 8/19/2014

Weapon: Gun; Unknown type

Offender: In custody

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Agent Geniel Amaro-Fantauzzi succumbed to gunshot wounds sustained one week earlier when he and several other agents were conducting a narcotics investigation at the April Gardens 1 public housing complex, on Carretera 917, in Las Piedras.

A subject in the complex opened fire on the agents, wounding Agent Amaro-Fantauzzi and a second agent. The man who shot them was arrested and charged with five counts of attempted murder in addition to other charges.

Agent Amaro-Fantauzzi was transported to Rio Piedras Medical Center, where he remained on life support until succumbing to his wounds.

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El Cajon Police Department
August 25, 2015


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