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  1. #121
    Quote Originally Posted by Diehard Ute View Post
    Just an update now that the information has been made public

    Officer David Romrell was killed in the line of duty.

    Officer Romrell was 31, he had been with South Salt Lake for only 11 months. Prior to law enforcement he was a US Marine with multiple tours. He leaves behind a wife and 4 month old child.


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    Terrible.

  2. #122
    Dang, just read the article about the situation. So sad. Any call or incident could be a life-threatening situation. Officer Romero served multiple tours as a marine, but a burglary call in South Salt Lake is where his life ended. The article says this is the first Line of duty death is South Salt Lake.

    t makes me appreciate what LEO’s do for us everyday.
    I saw a door that said exit only. So I entered through it and went up to the guy working there and said "I have good news. You have severely underestimated that door over there. By like a hundred percent." Demetri Marti

  3. #123
    Quote Originally Posted by chrisrenrut View Post
    Dang, just read the article about the situation. So sad. Any call or incident could be a life-threatening situation. Officer Romero served multiple tours as a marine, but a burglary call in South Salt Lake is where his life ended. The article says this is the first Line of duty death is South Salt Lake.

    t makes me appreciate what LEO’s do for us everyday.
    One of my former recruits is also in the national guard and had deployed multiple times.

    He was curious about the risks in both jobs so he did the math. He found he’s slightly more at risk of being killed as a law enforcement officer than he was on any combat tour.




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    Quote Originally Posted by Diehard Ute View Post
    One of my former recruits is also in the national guard and had deployed multiple times.

    He was curious about the risks in both jobs so he did the math. He found he’s slightly more at risk of being killed as a law enforcement officer than he was on any combat tour.




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    The officer killed last night had a wife and 4 month old son. Hoping this isn't an insensitive comment, but do the spouses get taken care of financially? I sure hope they get great life insurance and a pension?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Scorcho View Post
    The officer killed last night had a wife and 4 month old son. Hoping this isn't an insensitive comment, but do the spouses get taken care of financially? I sure hope they get great life insurance and a pension?
    Not really. The legislature changed the law so a survivor can get the pension, but he had 11 months on so there’s little to be had.

    Unless you pay for extra life insurance most cities give $50,000 tops.

    There is a charity foundation in Utah who will give his wife a check for $25,000 this week.

    Utah is not the greatest at taking care of their fallen


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    Quote Originally Posted by Diehard Ute View Post
    Not really. The legislature changed the law so a survivor can get the pension, but he had 11 months on so there’s little to be had.

    Unless you pay for extra life insurance most cities give $50,000 tops.

    There is a charity foundation in Utah who will give his wife a check for $25,000 this week.

    Utah is not the greatest at taking care of their fallen


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    That is disappointing.

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