• August 29, 2014

Officer involved in Friday shooting dies

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5 comments:

  • Victor O'Brien posted at 4:35 pm on Mon, May 12, 2014.

    Victor O'Brien Posts: 1

    While the crime reporter for KDH from 2007-2010, I talked with Charles many times, particularly about the growing problem of identity theft and about the importance of highlighting the positive stories in our community, particularly ones involving officers at KPD. He was an officer who relished interacting with the community and the work that he did with KPD.

    Charles was a class act. Kind, witty, personable, and someone who enjoyed life and what he did. His passing isn't just the loss of an officer. He was more than an outstanding officer, he was a rare person.

     
  • Alvin posted at 1:42 pm on Mon, May 12, 2014.

    Alvin Posts: 173

    May I add my sincere condolences to you and your family. May God bless.

     
  • ImJustSayin posted at 6:37 am on Mon, May 12, 2014.

    ImJustSayin Posts: 57

    Condolences to the family. May God be with you in your time of hardship and sorrow.

     
  • JIML posted at 6:12 pm on Sun, May 11, 2014.

    JIML Posts: 41

    This is a horrible outcome May God Bless you and yours

     
  • Eliza posted at 5:43 pm on Sun, May 11, 2014.

    Eliza Posts: 719

    I am so sad to hear about the death of Officer Dinwiddie and his death which came from his time on duty.
    My condolences go out to his family.

    Many don't know the dangers that are on the streets that these men and women can run into with each new shift they go out on.

    Rest in Peace Officer Dinwiddie and may your family find it at sometime in the future.