Police Officer Ramon A. Sepulveda-Rosado

Police Officer Ramon A. Sepulveda-Rosado

Carolina Municipal Police Department, Puerto Rico

End of Watch Monday, July 19, 2004

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Ramon A. Sepulveda-Rosado

Officer Ramon Sepulveda-Rosado died of injuries he received two days earlier when his department motorcycle was struck by another vehicle.

Officer Sepulveda-Rosado was assigned to escort duty with several other officers. He entered an intersection to stop traffic and was struck by a vehicle that failed to stop at a stop sign. Sepulveda-Rosado was thrown to the ground and received an injury to his head. He was taken to a local hospital where he died two days later.

Sepulveda-Rosado had served with the Carolina Municipal Police Department for 13 years. He is survived by his wife and six children.


  • Age 47
  • Tour 13 years
  • Badge 158

Incident Details

  • Cause Motorcycle crash
  • Incident Date Saturday, July 17, 2004

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I believe I met ofcr. Sepulveda in 2013 and I remember his quick wit and whistle even IN A STABBING SCENE, I was a witness and saved the stabbing victim, saved him, called 911, almost pulled my port out of my chest (chemo @ dana farber) and he LOVED my service dogs (Jake- Shepard mix nat'l registered/certified & Tito Taco a chihuahua I rescued, raised & trained myself and us Also A certifies, tested & reg. fed. Service dog. Both assist avoiding allergens and alerting me to a reaction b4 I even know MYSELF. He was the 1st (and ONLY) officer OR civilian to talk to us 4 a while and instantly made me feel safe & that the dogs and I would be okay, to see he was killed by a ran stop sign vehicle is disheartening and I'm sure he is greatly missed by many. Bless the boys in blue! Drive slow& drink water! R.I.P officer Sepulveda, fly with the angels and watch over us better than ever b4! I choose to celebrate that I met this man the way I did, and it seems SO unfair considering many factors. offered us h2o and snacks and called EMS 4 ME. I will never forget this man's name, face, voice, whistle, friendliness even in a traumatic case in the middle if homeless people central where our paths cross

Jeremy Stevens NREMT-I, RN/BSN, CEN&CCRN
Northeast Harbor Ambulance (Maine), capital ambulance (Maine) MDI hosp

February 22, 2015

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