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Officer Grant Murphey was a Patrolman and a United States Army veteran, JSO said.

JACKSONVILLE, Fla. — The video attached to this story is from a previous, unrelated report.

Officer Grant Murphey with the Jacksonville Sheriff’s Office has passed away from cancer-related complications, JSO said in a press release Wednesday.

Murphey died on Sunday, the release said.

According to JSO, Murphey was a Patrolman in Jacksonville’s Zone 3 and served in the United States Army.

“We thank Ofc. Murphey for his dedicated service to our Country (US Army) & our Community,” JSO wrote on Twitter

“Our thoughts are with the Murphy and JSO families during this difficult time. Thank you for your service and dedication to the safety of our community,” the City of Jacksonville wrote on social media. 

Jacksonville Mayor Lenny Curry also posted this message to his Twitter account. 

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