CHICAGO (CBS) – Chicago Heights police Guy Hebbs responded to the call a week later, interrupting the call.
According to a statement from Calumet Heights Mayor David Gonzalez, Hibbs was responding to a call shortly before 2 a.m. April 4 about an altercation between two people inside an apartment building at 14 p.m., and was attempting to make an arrest. is when he fell unconscious to the ground, custom and Thomas Chief Rogers.
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Hibbs was taken to Francis Health Olympia Fields, and treated in the intensive care unit until Friday morning, when he died.
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“Officer Hibbs dedicated his professional life to Chicago Heights and to protecting its citizens and inspiring others to serve our community, including his son, Jimmy,” Gonzalez said in a statement on Facebook. , which was born after more than five years on the Chicago Heights police force.” “There is now peace of mind after the intense pain caused by the Hibs officer as well as our family. “
Officials asked the hubs of the family, who is between Chicago Towers and his army captain son Jimmy, for their thoughts and prayers.
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“The latest department and Chicago Heights, which is an irreparable loss, is the demise of Office Hubs,” Rogers said. “That Officer Hibbs is the gold standard for the police department as a professional and a friend to all of us. I will pay my respects to his family during this difficult time.