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Police officers honored for life-saving acts in January

Officers receiving awards in March are, from left, Scott Urquhart, Thomas Guanci and Michael Hogan.

Three Arlington police officers were honored for life-saving actions in separate emergencies in January.

From left in department photo, officers Scott Urquhart, Thomas Guanci and Michael Hogan were awarded meritorious service ribbons for Spy Pond ice rescues and the Chestnut Manor fire.

On Jan. 22, a two-alarm fire broke out at the Chestnut Manor senior housing complex, killing one person and displacing 16.

A day later, emergency crews pulled three people from Spy Pond who had fallen through the ice.

"Thank you all for a job well done!" the Arlington Police Department said in a statement, first reported by YourAlington partner Patch


This news announcement was published Monday, March 28, 2022.

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