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On March 2, 2024, Miami Beach Police Officer Fabio Bolanos was shot in the line of duty while responding to assist another Officer in subduing a violent subject.  After being shot, Officer Bolanos bravely stayed in the fight, handcuffing the subject and advising that he had been shot via police radio.  Officer Bolanos was rushed to the hospital in a police vehicle, as it was too risky waiting for Fire Rescue because he had lost a significant amount of blood.  Fortunately, Officer Bolanos has since been released from the hospital and is recovering at home.

Officer Bolanos has a combined 18 years of Law Enforcement service split between the Town of Medley and the City of Miami Beach.  Officer Bolanos is also a Veteran, having served his Country in the United States Coast Guard prior to serving the community as a Police Officer.  He is a loving husband to his wife, Dorothy, and proud father to his two young boys.

Officer Bolanos is the sole provider for his family and we ask for assistance in helping him during this difficult time.  Thank you for your time and God Bless.


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March 11th, 2024 Miami Beach, FL
Miami Beach FOP #8
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Critical Incident

On March 2, 2024, Miami Beach Police Officer Fabio Bolanos was shot in the line of duty while responding to...

On March 2, 2024, Miami Beach Police Officer Fabio Bolanos was shot in the line of duty while responding to assist another Officer in subduing a violent subject.  After being shot, Officer Bolanos bravely stayed in the fight, handcuffing the subject and advising that he had been shot via police radio.  Officer Bolanos was rushed to the hospital in a police vehicle, as it was too risky waiting for Fire Rescue because he had lost a significant amount of blood.  Fortunately, Officer Bolanos has since been released from the hospital and is recovering at home.

Officer Bolanos has a combined 18 years of Law Enforcement service split between the Town of Medley and the City of Miami Beach.  Officer Bolanos is also a Veteran, having served his Country in the United States Coast Guard prior to serving the community as a Police Officer.  He is a loving husband to his wife, Dorothy, and proud father to his two young boys.

Officer Bolanos is the sole provider for his family and we ask for assistance in helping him during this difficult time.  Thank you for your time and God Bless.

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Kudo Kudo
Wishing you a speedy recovery sir, God bless.
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Anonymous
Keep pushing
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Otto Lopez
Bendiciones para toda la familia.
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Giselle Herrera
Wishing you a speedy recovery Fabio!
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Octavio Rabelo
Here for you.
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Monique Coney
Sending love and prayers for a speedy recovery! God bless!
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Hope for a speedy recovery, God Bless you and your Family
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Sujey Espinoza
Can’t wait to have you back Fab. Wishing you a speedy recovery. Always in our thoughts and prayers!
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Jack Rodriguez
Wishing you a speedy recovery brother.
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Anonymous
God bless you and will come back stronger!
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Anonymous
Thank you for your bravery and the protection of our community
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Alexander Ringleb
Get well soon greetings from the Burgermeister fam
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Anonymous
Wishing you a speedy recovery! Sending abundance, healing, and love your way.
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Eliut Hazzi
Stay strong brother 💪🏽
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Robert Bak
Retired NYPD now Florida resident, support you and thank you for your service and bravery.
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Andrew Villar
Great Better Fabio! Midnights misses you
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Liz Rodriguez
Wishing you a speedy recovery partner!
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Daniella Moreno
Feel better kid!
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Joseph Samper
one city, one team. 💪🏼
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David Wallack
We wish you only the best and speedy recovery from Mango’s Tropical Cafe!
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Bryan Beltran
Praying for your speedy recovery. Get well soon.
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Alex Delgado
Get well soon!!
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Carl Linder
Quick recovery
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Giovane Lins
Get well brother ✊🏻
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Karriem Bryant
Get well take care. One day at a time.💙❤️🙏🏾
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Benjamin Nunez
Get well brother Fabs!
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Claudio Navas
Get well soon brother. Your MBFD family is praying for your recovery❤️🚒🚔
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Anonymous
Wishing you a speedy recovery manito!
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Kristen Rickert
Wishing you a quick recovery! ❤️‍🩹
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Dr. Kent L. Gilpin
Many of YOUR BROTHERS AND SISTERS IN BLUE WILL BE PRAYING FOR YOU EVERYDAY. I PLEDGE, to pray everyday and send a donation every month for a year. GOD BLESS AND DELIVER YOU AND YOUR FAMILY...

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