Family, Friends & Fellow Officers Remember...

Auxiliary Police Officer Nicholas Todd Pekearo

New York City Police Department - Auxiliary Police Section, New York

End of Watch Wednesday, March 14, 2007

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Reflections for Auxiliary Police Officer Nicholas Todd Pekearo

RIP Sir, Thank you for your service, heroism and bravery. You were a true Hero and may you RIP now, never forgotten.

James Kotke
Civilian / Former Officer
WSF Park Police (Wi.)

March 14, 2012

You chose to volunteer to serve the citizens of New York City and made the ultimate sacrifice.
You will not be forgotten.


February 19, 2012

Thank you also for making the ultimate sacrifice for the citizens you protected and i will never forget you in my thoughts as i go on my patrols I am serving and protecting for the last past 19 years so God Bless

NYPD-Auxiliary 066pct now at 070


December 24, 2011

RiP Nick and Eugene. I am a volunteer police officer (Special Constable) from England. You both made the ultimate sacrifice in attempting to arrest a dangerous criminal and protect the life of others, without regards to your own. You are both heroes.

Special Constable
Surrey Special Constabulary (United Kingdom, England)

November 13, 2011

As a rookie APO, both your and Eugene's commitments encourage me to be proud to be part of the NYPD family! May all of you rest in peace!

APO F. Gao
NYPD Auxiliary 102 PCT

August 8, 2011

Rest in Peace. You will be missed.

Michael Sheehan CO. Ret.
Westchester County NY Dept of Correction

July 7, 2011

may you rest in peace ,.. you will never be forgotten brother .


June 24, 2011

your bravery and devotion to our city will not be forgotten.


March 15, 2011

It's been 4 years; I cannot believe you have been out of our lives for this long already. I look at your picture everyday, and I cannot imagine how different our lives would be if you were still here. You are greatly missed, you will continue to live on in our hearts & memories and you can be certain your niece will know who you are and how you lived. Your act of bravery, courage & selflessness will always be an inspiration to not only your family but to others as well. I love you; we love you and miss you.


March 11, 2011


I miss having breakfast with you on the bookstore balcony. I miss your book and music and movie recommendations. I wish I could throw snowballs across Madison Avenue with you or check my voicemail and hear one of your hilarious messages.

Thanks for always looking out for me and for being such a great friend.


Ryan Olsen

February 27, 2011

Hey Nick
I think about you all the time and wish you could be here.
Miss you so much
Love you
Happy Birthday

Kelly Buckter

November 20, 2010

Hey Nick,
Today is your birthday and I can't believe you would be 32. No longer just my kid brother, you would be just a man with a plan.
So much has happened since you were taken away from us.
The most important one was the birth of Sophia Nicole, your niece. Her middle name was given to her in honor of you.
She will grow up knowing her Uncle Nick. In fact I think she already does know you. There are times when I am holding her in front of your portrait and she smiles at your face. She even smiles at The Wolfman cover that we have hanging up.
Like I said she will know you, she will know how you lived and how you died. She will read your writings and also what was written about you. She will know you and be proud of her Uncle Nick.
I know you would be crazy about Sophia. She has changed our lives so very much. She is everything. She loves music and enjoys looking at books. She likes watching Yankee games and music videos. She is a very happy baby and we could not ask for more then that.
And so brother that is all for now.
I miss you.
I love you.
Happy Birthday bro.

Chris Latman

November 20, 2010

It always saddens me when I hear of any brother APO falling in the line of duty. I was an APO in the 9th Pct, and then in Midtown North for almost 20 years. In my time, things were vastly diffrent. Thankfully, during my time of service, I never had to confront a violent or armed suspect, and made no arrests. However, I made many Civilian Friends and had lots of support from both my brother APO's, and Regular Department Officers. Time, age, and blindness may have taken me out of the APO's ranks, but none of these will ever take away my love for my brother officers, or the duty they perform, especially in today's world.

Rest In Peace, Brother.

APO David Finley (RET) Shield#1316

September 26, 2010

Hey Nick
I always looked up to you when I was growing up. I still have that first Black Sabbath CD you gave me.
You will always be in my heart
Miss you man

Zach Buckter

September 12, 2010

may the lord take you by the hand and walk you around the streets of Gold.

APO Carlos Quiles #5645
90 pct brooklyn north

July 5, 2010

I remember hearing of this awful event when it happened. I still think about it today.
I will always see two brave Hero's pursuing Justice, and paying the ultimate sacrifice.
May the Lord Bless and keep you all..
Never forgotten brave Warrior brother.
Rest in Peace mate..

Senior Constable
South Australia Police

April 9, 2010

as being a member for 15years of the program it's all about unity you'll never be forgotten guys......a/lt.pittman (executive officer)..............

auxilliary/[email protected]
n.y.p.d.auxilliary 46pct(pbbx)

March 20, 2010

You are a brave selfless hero, god bless you and your family Officer Pekearo.

A proud teenage supporter of the NYPD

February 22, 2010

I read Nicholas' book "The Wolfman." It showed what kind of great heart this brave man possessed. He had real talent but was an even better person. We should all have his courage. God bless you, Nicholas.


January 12, 2010

I worked s an APO fpr about 5years. My heart goes out to the family and for all other apo's still on the beat. My thoughts and prayers...

brooklyn South

January 12, 2010

I read your book. You had a bright future ahead of you. I know you're in a better place now. Please pray for us down here. Thank you for your service.


November 29, 2009



July 19, 2009

On the 2nd anniversary of Officer Pekearo's death, we honored his service in our patrol briefing by reading his entry from ODMP. Each day, we honor one fallen officer on the anniversary of their death so as to keep them in our thoughts, and also to remind us of the dangers inherent in our job. Officer Pekearo is not forgotten.

Sergeant Zach Perron
Palo Alto (CA) Police Department

March 14, 2009

Two years ago today. They dedicated the corner of Bleeker and Sullivan to Nick this afternoon. He grew up across the hall from me on Morton. He will never be forgotten. His mom and family are in my prayers.

Jennifer Doyle

March 14, 2009

The wicked flee where no man pursueth, but the righteous are bold as a lion
Proverbs 28:1

God bless you and all who mourn you. May God give them the strength to carry on. You are in my thoughts and prayers, especially on this the anniversery of his death. Keep holding on.

Friend of Off. Kris Fairbanks RIP 9-20-08


March 14, 2009

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