We offer our profound gratitude and respect to those officers who paid life's highest price to fulfill the Service's Motto
"To Serve and Protect"
|On January 11, 1973, Constable James Lothian was pursuing a vehicle which ran a red light. He advised the dispatcher that the fleeing vehicle was trying to push another car out of the way to escape. After catching up to the suspect car, Constable Lothian was confronted by the driver and shot. He died later in hospital.|
|Service:||Metropolitan Toronto Police, 51 Division|
|Date of Birth:||August 14, 1944|
|Length of Service:||6 years|
|Date of Death:||January 11, 1973|
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