Troy Police Department mourns death of 29-year veteran of the force
TROY, Mich. – Friends, family members and colleagues are mourning the death of a Troy police officer. Dispatcher Curtis Reynolds Jr. was getting ready for a shift on his 50th birthday, Sept. 19, when he suffered a heart attack. Members of the Troy Police Department said Reynolds, a 29-year veteran of the force, was the heart of their tight-knit team and an unsung hero who touched thousands of lives. A quick-witted, but patient man, who was always willing to work so others could spent time with their families. 2018 Story: Gunman taken into custody after standoff with police inside Troy homeBut it will be the little things they miss and the things they’ll hold onto.
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Investigators are looking for clues into what might have motivated the shooter, Muhammad Youssef Abdulazeez, who killed four Marines and a sailor Thursday. They are focusing on several trips he took overseas, especially a seven-month visit to Jordan last year. Jericka Duncan reports on how the family of the gunman has broken its silence.cbsnews.com