Death of Oak Park Heights Corrections Officer Ruled Homicide

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October 26, 2018 11:15 PM

A medical examiner has ruled the death of a corrections officer who had a medical emergency after previously responding to an assault on another officer a homicide.

Oak Park Heights Correctional Officer Joseph Parise died Sept. 24. According to his death certificate, his primary cause of death was acute coronary syndrome, with a secondary cause of ischemic heart disease.

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