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Ex-SFPD Assistant Chief Morris Tabak commits suicide

Friday, August 23, 2013

The one-time second in command at SFPD who retired in 2010 after being squeezed out of the department’s upper echelon committed suicide Wednesday night in Sonoma near his home. Authorities there say the well-respected 30-plus-year SFPD veteran, who was 59, parked his vehicle outside a Sonoma County sheriff’s substation, left a note for his family, and shot himself with a pistol. ABC 7

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