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Both men died in the line of duty on April 14

From the Syracuse Police Department and Onondaga County Sheriff’s Office

Pictured are LT. Hoosock and Officer Jensen

FALLEN HERO LT. MICHAEL “HOOTCH” HOOSOCK.

END OF WATCH 4-14-2024

Along with the Syracuse Police Department the Onondaga County Sheriff’s Office mourns the loss of two of our brothers.

Onondaga County Sheriff Lieutenant Michael Hoosock and Syracuse police officer Michael Jensen were both killed in the line of duty Sunday, April 14, 2024.

Hootch joined the Onondaga County Sheriff’s Office in 2007 as a deputy working his way up the rank to Lieutenant in 2023. Lieutenant Hoosock wore the black and gold with pride. Hootch was also the EOD commander. Throughout his years in the sheriffs office, he earned many medals of commendation, including the medal valor.

Lieutenant Michael Hoosock will forever be remembered by his brothers and sisters in the sheriffs office

HONORING FALLEN SYRACUSE POLICE OFFICER MICHAEL JENSEN

The Syracuse Police Department along with the Onondaga County Sheriff’s Office are mourning the loss of our beloved members.

Syracuse Police Officer Michael Jensen and Onondaga County Sheriff’s Office Lieutenant Michael Hoosock were both killed in the line of duty on Sunday, April 14th, 2024.

Officer Jensen became a Syracuse Police Officer on February 26, 2022. He served honorably in the Patrol Division on the Third Platoon throughout his career. His hard work and dedication earned him an Officer of the Month award in December of 2023. Officer Jensen was extremely proud to wear the Syracuse Police badge, and help serve the City in which he resided.

Officer Michael Jensen, you will never be forgotten.

End of Watch: April 14, 2024.

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