Senior Norfolk detective retires today after 28 years working with force
PUBLISHED: 16:42 18 September 2012
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Anton St Paul, Spencer Yiadom, Aaron O’Brien, Duane King, Michael Tucker and John Moody are just some of those serving long sentences as a result of major murder inquiries led by Jes Fry.
Detective Chief Inspector Jes Fry, who also served as temporary Detective Superintendent prior to his retirement, was also lead on the tragic double death inquiry on the Norfolk Broads earlier this month.
But after 28 years of working to try and make Norfolk a safer place, Mr Fry has today served his last day with the force.
He has spent the past five years with the joint Norfolk and Suffolk major investigation team (MIT), which provides a dedicated resource to deal with investigations into the most serious crimes including: murder, manslaughter, suspicious deaths, rape investigations where the offender is unknown, kidnappings, abduction, extortion, and work-related deaths.
He said: “It’s been a big part of my life and it will be quite strange to imagine not to be a police officer after that amount of time.
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