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Police tried to save their colleague, and friend

Posted: Sunday, November 14, 2010 11:51 pm | Updated: 2:54 pm, Wed Dec 31, 2014.

Police tried to save the life of slain Pennsylvania Game Commission Wildlife Conservation Officer David Grove last week, after he was shot and killed by a poacher in Freedom Township.

Cumberland Township Police Chief Don Boehs reported Sunday that Officer Dan Barbagello administered CPR to Grove, minutes after the 31-year-old was allegedly shot in the neck by Christopher Lynn Johnson, of Carroll Valley.

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  • bud-71 posted at 1:27 pm on Tue, Nov 16, 2010.

    bud-71 Posts: 3

    Would like to know why he couldn't have waited 2 minutes for backup?
    things just don't make sense?

    RIP officer Grove

     
  • 357-magnum posted at 4:38 am on Tue, Nov 16, 2010.

    357-magnum Posts: 10

    He will get the death penalty but he will have to stand in line with the other hundreds of jail birds to be put to death..........

     
  • Cumberland Resident posted at 8:24 am on Mon, Nov 15, 2010.

    Cumberland Resident Posts: 9

    A huge thank you for Office Barbagello and the other officers of Cumberland Township and all responding law enforcement officers to the scene of this tragic loss. My heart goes out to all who responded. Please accept my condolences on the loss of your fellow officer.

     
  • Inglet posted at 7:14 am on Mon, Nov 15, 2010.

    Inglet Posts: 5

    I hope that creep gets the death penalty

     
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