Newsday: Detective Lt. John ‘Jack’ Fitzpatrick, Suffolk’s top homicide detective cop, to retire in April

Suffolk's top homicide detective is retiring after 39 years on the force. Detective Lt. John "Jack" Fitzpatrick, 61, leaves April 25, according to Newsday. During the four decades behind the badge,

News 12 Staff

Mar 27, 2014, 7:25 PM

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Newsday: Detective Lt. John ‘Jack’ Fitzpatrick, Suffolk’s top homicide detective cop, to retire in April
Suffolk's top homicide detective is retiring after 39 years on the force.
Detective Lt. John "Jack" Fitzpatrick, 61, leaves April 25, according to Newsday.
During the four decades behind the badge, FitzPatrick was involved in many investigations, including the Gilgo Beach murders and the Oheka Castle shooting.


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