Derrick Leto, a police officer from Worcester, MA, has passed away, leaving his family, colleagues, and community in mourning.
Leto’s passing has left a deep void, and his service and dedication to the Worcester Police Department will not be forgotten.
Leto was born on June 24, 1978, in Worcester.
He was raised in the city and graduated from Doherty High School in 1996. After high school, Leto attended Worcester State College, where he earned a degree in criminal justice.
He then joined the Worcester Police Department in 2000, and during his 23 years of service, he has been recognized for his exceptional work and dedication.
Leto was known for his professionalism and his commitment to serving the community.
He was a beloved member of the Worcester Police Department and was respected by his colleagues for his work ethic and his dedication to the job. He was also a devoted family man, and his passing has left his wife, children, and extended family in mourning.
Leto’s death has sent shockwaves through the Worcester community, and his passing has been felt by many.
Worcester Mayor Joseph Petty issued a statement expressing his condolences to Leto’s family, saying, “We are all deeply saddened by the loss of Officer Leto. He was a dedicated public servant who cared deeply about his community, and his passing is a great loss for all of us.”
Leto’s colleagues at the Worcester Police Department have also expressed their grief at his passing.
In a statement, the department said, “Officer Leto was a true professional who cared deeply about his work and his community. He will be greatly missed by his colleagues and by all who knew him.”
The Worcester Police Department has not released any details regarding the circumstances of Leto’s death.
However, his passing is a reminder of the sacrifices that police officers make every day to keep our communities safe.