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Sergeant Pedro Antonio Hialeah Police Department, Florida


Pedro Antonio "Pete" Cainas

Hialeah Police Department, Florida

End of Watch: Thursday, November 19, 1992

Bio & Incident Details

Age: 34

Tour: Not available

Badge # Not available

Cause: Gunfire

Incident Date: 11/13/1992

Weapon: Gun; Unknown type

Offender: Sentenced to 25 years

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Sergeant Pedro Cainas succumbed was shot and killed after responding to a dispute between two neighbors in an apartment building at 1655 West 44 Place.

He spoke to the complainant and then attempted to make contact with the other subject by knocking on his door. After approximately two minutes the subject fired a shot through the door, striking Sergeant Cainas in the back of the head.

The man was convicted of second degree murder and sentenced to 25 years in prison.

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Pete, special thanks for your love and dedication through out your years of service and for being a special Judo instructor. thinking on our loss today November 11, 2015, Veterans Day.

Hope you are QRU

Mario Sardinas Jr
Long time resident of the City
November 11, 2015


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