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Fallen deputy remembered as hard-working model for others

Published Monday March 6


Photo: Pleasantonweekly

Alameda County sheriff’s deputy Mike Foley, who died after he was hit by a prisoner-transport bus at Santa Rita Jail in Dublin last 30 days was remembered Fri as a hard-worker who was a model for other law enforcement officers.

Foley, sixty worked in law enforcement for 37 years, including 29 years in the Concord Police Department and 9 years with the Alameda County Sheriff’s Office.

Foley’s brother, Emeryville police officer John Foley, described that person as a consummate officer who was a cop’s cop.

Foley comes from a law enforcement family, as his father, Larry Foley, who is now 87, was a sergeant with the Oakland Police Department.

— Jefferson Shuttleworth, Bay City News

Article length: About 570 words.
Tags: Emeryville
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