Officer Kenneth E. Woodmore

Officer Kenneth E. Woodmore

Inkster Police Department, Michigan

End of Watch Friday, June 17, 1994

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Kenneth E. Woodmore

Officer Kenneth Woodmore was shot and killed after stopping a man on a bicycle who had just completed a drug transaction at the intersection of Pine Street and Henry Street. The suspect pulled a 9 mm handgun and shot Officer Woodmore five times.

In July 2000 the suspect was found guilty of first-degree murder and sentenced to life in prison. In August 2002 the suspect was found guilty a second time in his second trial for the murder.

Officer Woodmore had served with the Inkster Police Department for five years. He is survived by his two sons and two daughters.

Bio

  • Age 33
  • Tour 5 years
  • Badge 63

Incident Details

  • Cause Gunfire
  • Weapon Handgun; 9 mm
  • Offender Sentenced to life

narcotics

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Kenneth, yesterday was your birthday. Still think about you often. It has been hard to find someone to go baseball games with me and talk about it like you did. I am sitting here watching the Dodgers and Reds. It is spring training and I am not really into the game. I really miss those days, you and I would go to the games at Tiger Stadium. Came to Atlanta . I haven't been a fan of the Braves or any of the Atlanta teams. My youngest son, Anthony and I still talk about when I helped coach the GM Pontiac East basketball team with Chris Kirkland. I got you to play for us. You got Hank to play and recruited Walker D for a game. Anthony remembers playing with you during pickup games at Avondale when he came to Pontiac from Louisville for the summer. I still remember you telling the story about coming to the South and putting on lotion during the summer and how it cooked your skin. Lol. So, I wanted to let you know, I haven't forgotten you. Gwen hasn't forgotten you. It's just too sad to write about you, your friendship, kindness and caring ways and most of all, your smile. As you always said, You alright, then I am alright. Well, I am still alright although it is not the same without you.

Wayne Tyler
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March 3, 2021

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