And he used it to call Dane Gregory Marconi to offer his condolences over the murder of his father, San Antonio Police Department Detective Benjamin Marconi.
The lead investigator into this crime, Crime Scene Investigator Annie Patterson Campos, posted on Facebook:
President-elect Donald Trump offered his condolences to the family of slain SAPD Det. Benjamin Marconi Monday, his son said.That was according to the San Antonio Express News. Her account is not public.
From the newspaper:
Benjamin Marconi, 50, was shot and killed Sunday during a traffic stop in downtown San Antonio around 11:45 a.m. McKane is accused of pulling up behind Marconi's cruiser while the detective was issuing a traffic citation and firing two rounds through the passenger window.
After a 30-hour manhunt, police arrested Otis Tyrone McKane, 31, who is accused of killing Benjamin Marconi. He told reporters Monday night he "lashed out at somebody who didn't deserve it" due to an ongoing custody battle for his son.
"I've been through several custody battles, and I was upset at the situation I was in, and I lashed out at someone who didn't deserve it," McKane said.
From Heavy.com:Detective Ben Marconi, a 20-year veteran of the police department, was rushed to the San Antonio Military Medical Center, where he was pronounced dead, KSAT-TV reports.
Police Chief William McManus said he was planning to meet with the family of the slain officer at the hospital after the press briefing Sunday afternoon.
Marconi was the father of two children, who are in their 20s, and became a grandfather earlier this year.
Marconi’s late father, James Marconi, was a San Antonio police officer for 32 years, retiring as a detective investigator.Too often we concentrate on the murderer and not the victim.
Now we have a president who cares about law enforcement officers.
God bless the Marconi family.
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