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Crime Dayton police officer dies days after being shot while serving warrant

22:35  07 november  2019
22:35  07 november  2019 Source:   wlwt.com

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A Dayton, Ohio, detective has died after being taken off life support after being shot during a federal drug raid Monday night, investigators said.

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Dayton police Detective Jorge DelRio, a 30-year veteran, suffered injuries that were "tragically not survivable," authorities said.

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He was taken off life support Thursday afternoon. Authorities from across the state gathered at the hospital hours prior, saying their final goodbyes.

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Just before 7 p.m. Monday, officials said, DelRio was serving a drug-related warrant for the Drug Enforcement Administration at a home on Ruskin Road. Members of a task force run by the DEA suspected people in the home were dealing fentanyl.

Officials with the DEA said DelRio and several other detectives knocked on the door several times, announcing themselves as law enforcement officers. After receiving no response, authorities said they forced entry into the home and descended the basement steps.

That's where DelRio was shot twice in the face, officials said.

Officials said DelRio was an organ donor and "will continue to give of himself to the greater community" now that he has died.

Four people have been arrested in connection with the incident, including 39-year-old Nathan Goddard. Officials said Goddard is believed to be the man who pulled the trigger.

Dayton, Ohio, officer shot, critically wounded

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Investigators seized what they believe are 9 kilograms of fentanyl, along with cocaine, marijuana and $50,000 in cash.

Delrio joined the Dayton Police Department in 1989. He was sworn in as a DEA task force member in 2000. His personnel file is filled with multiple commendations.

DelRio leaves behind a wife, children and grandchildren.

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