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James Mitchell Grant Sr., Chicago Police Department Legend, Passed Away

James Mitchell Grant Sr., Chicago Police Department Legend, Passed AwayJames Mitchell Grant Sr., Chicago Police Department Legend, Passed Away

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James Mitchell Grant Sr., Chicago Police Department Legend, Passed Away

ONN – James Mitchell Grant Sr., Chicago Police Department Legend, Passed Away

James Mitchell Grant Sr. was sent off to Heaven in a ceremony held Friday, December 7th 2019 in Columbus, Georgia. In the man they call “Sike”, Chicago lost a Chicago Police Department Legend.

James Mitchell Grant Sr. was hired by the Chicago Police Department in 1953, and retired after 33 years of service in 1986. During his professional career with the CPD, Sike was a patrolman, a detective in gang intelligence, and retired as a Specialty Police Technician II”. In 1987, after both he and his wife Mary retired from their jobs, they relocated to Montgomery, Alabama from Chicago.

If you’re a member of the Chicago Police Department, or a friend or family member, please take time to offer a kind comment.

Thank you.

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