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Patrolman Steven J. Molitor | Grosse Pointe Park Police Department, Michigan Grosse Pointe Park Police Department, Michigan

Patrolman

Steven J. Molitor

Grosse Pointe Park Police Department, Michigan

End of Watch: Thursday, December 12, 1985

Bio & Incident Details

Age: 41

Tour: 18 years

Badge # 123

Cause: Assault

Weapon: Person

Offender: Not available

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Patrolman Molitor suffered a fatal skull fracture during a struggle with a suspect. He and his partner were exiting a restaurant when they observed two people tampering with their patrol car. The suspects resisted arrest when confronted by the officers and during the ensuing struggle Patrolman Molitor suffered a heart attack. As he fell to the ground he struck his head on the suspect's car door, causing a fractured skull. He was transported to a local hospital where he succumbed to the head wound.
Patrolman Molitor had been with the agency for 18 years and was survived by his wife and three children.

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My Faithful Servant



My faithful servant.
You were called upon to serve others.
You were asked to see, what no man should ever have to see.
To go through, what no man should ever have to go through.
But you did so with pride, honor, and integrity.

My faithful servant.
You were called upon to defend those, who could not defend themselves.
To provide justice to those, who did not respect it.
To lay down your life, if the time called for it.
Again, you did not question what was asked of you.
You did it with love, compassion, and loyalty.

My faithful servant.
In times of adversity, you prayed for strength.
In times of triumph, you praised your Lord.
You served your Country, State, and city proud.
Your service will forever be remembered by the many lives you’ve touched.

My faithful servant.
When your service on this earth is finally complete.
I will welcome you home with open arms.
I will embrace you and proclaim,
“Well done thou good and faithful servant.”

RIP my brother, the Lord has taken you home.

sergeant barton
garden city pd
December 2, 2014

 

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