Mass. police officer suffers fatal on-duty medical event

Officer Randy Isaacs, 41, was remembered as charismatic and outgoing

Duty Death: Randy Isaacs - [Somerville, Massachusetts]

End of Service: 06/19/2022


By Suzie Ziegler 

SOMERVILLE, Mass. — The Somerville Police Department is in mourning after an officer died on the job earlier this month. 

Officer Randy Isaacs, 41, suffered a possible cardiac event on June 19 while sitting in his cruiser, according to The Boston Globe. His cause of death was not immediately released. 

“It is with great sadness that we announce the passing of active-duty Officer Randy Isaacs,” said a statement from Somerville PD. “Officer Isaacs was an integral member of the Somerville Police Department, bringing laughter to everyone he interacted with.” 

Isaacs was a 15-year veteran of Somerville PD and served in the Army National Guard for 24 years, deploying to Afghanistan in 2010 and 2011, according to The Patch. He was remembered as a charismatic, fun-loving and outgoing person. He is survived by his parents and brothers. He is survived by his parents and brothers.

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