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Crime California Sheriff’s Sergeant, a Father of 2, Dies of Heart Attack During K-9 Training

00:30  23 october  2020
00:30  23 october  2020 Source:   people.com

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A California sheriff's sergeant and father of two died this weekend while on duty during K-9 team training, the Riverside County Sheriff’s Department announced on social media.

a man wearing a uniform: Riverside County Sheriff’s Office © Provided by People Riverside County Sheriff’s Office

Sgt. Harry Cohen suffered a fatal heart attack on Sunday, just a few weeks after celebrating his 24th anniversary with the department in September.

"Last night our Department lost a man of God, husband, father, best friend, and deputy," Sheriff Chad Bianco said in a Facebook post on Monday. "Sergeant Harry Cohen will be deeply missed by everyone who knew him."

"Harry spent many years on the team as a well-respected handler, and currently supervised the team," Bianco added. "RIP Harry, you will be missed brother!!!"

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The department also honored 48-year-old Cohen — who is survived by his wife, son and daughter — on Instagram, where they detailed his lengthy career in multiple stations in the area.

"A husband, father, best friend and deputy: he will be deeply missed by all who knew him," the department said. "On behalf of the entire Department, we extend our deepest sympathy to the family and friends of Sergeant Harry Cohen."

a man wearing a uniform: © Riverside County Sheriff’s Office "Our Department lost a man of God, husband, father, best friend, and deputy,” Chad Bianco of the Riverside County Sheriff’s Department said in a tribute to Sgt. Harry Cohen

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Others paid tribute to Cohen online, where they recalled his good-natured spirit and friendliness.

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"Harry was one of the best sergeants I've ever worked for," wrote Facebook user Kenny Allen. "He was a good man, a good cop, and a good friend. This really sucks, the good guys always die too young."

"I take [solace] in knowing that his soul was prepared, and today he is with our Lord in heaven," he continued. "My heart goes out to his wife and kids."

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The American Heart Association says heart attacks are becoming more common in young people, and a study published in 2018 found that 30 percent of 28,000 Americans hospitalized for heart attacks from 1995 to 2014 were between the ages of 35 to 54.

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