25-year-old officer ‘succumbs to a brain aneurysm,’ as two other officers also died suddenly.

Posted BY: Adan Salazar

The law enforcement community in Massachusetts is in mourning after several local officers died suddenly this past week.

The Mass. State Police dedicated a Facebook post-Wednesday to the three fallen officers “all from the South Shore communities” who “passed away suddenly within the last seven days.”

The post particularly highlighted the death of 25-year-old Officer John F. Santos of the Plymouth County Sheriff’s Department who died “after succumbing to a brain aneurysm.”

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Another officer, Sean Patrick Besarick, 48, “passed away unexpectedly” on Dec. 29 according to an obituary.

The obituary of Stoughton police officer Christopher Allan Davis, 42, also states he “passed away suddenly.”

“Davis, age 42, died while off-duty while at his Brockton home around 9:45 p.m. on Saturday, Dec. 31,” reported DailyVoice.com on behalf of the Stoughton police chief.

Read the Mass. State Police’s full Facebook post is transcribed below:

This week has been a difficult one in the Massachusetts Law Enforcement community.

Three active-duty Law Enforcement Officers, all from South Shore communities, passed away suddenly within the last seven days. One of whom, 25-year-old Officer John F. Santos of The Plymouth County Sheriff’s Department, would have been a member of the Massachusetts State Police 88th Recruit Training Troop. He would have undoubtedly served a long and distinguished career with this department.

On Wednesday, December 28, 2022, Officer Santos passed away at Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center in Boston after succumbing to a Brain Aneurysm. He was also a member of the United States Air Force, reaching the rank of Staff Sergeant, and served overseas in 2019. Officer Santos has a fiancé and an unborn son.

On Thursday, December 29, 2022, Officer Sean Besarick, a 24-year veteran of the Brockton Police Department, passed away suddenly at the age of 48-years-old. Officer Besarick was long-time member of the Brockton Community, graduating from Brockton High School in 1992 before serving in the United States Navy for six years. He became a member of the Brockton Police Department in 1998. Officer Besarick is married and has two daughters.

On Saturday December 31, 2022, Officer Christopher A. Davis, a 17-year veteran of the Stoughton Police Department, passed away at the Good Samaritan Medical Center in Brockton at the age of 42-years-old. He was a member of the Stoughton Police Special Operations Unit and was the department’s defensive tactics instructor. Additionally, he has served as a certified arson investigator, investigating fire incidents alongside the Stoughton Fire Department since 2011. He has been awarded numerous commendations from the SPD during his 17 years of service, including a Distinguished Service Award in 2012. Officer Davis has a fiancé and a daughter.

The Massachusetts State Police offer our most sincere condolences to the family, friends, and coworkers of these three dedicated service members. May they rest in peace.

The untimely deaths come amid a disturbing trend of people dying unexpectedly, a strange coincidence that’s been unfolding since the introduction of the experimental Covid-19 mRNA jabs. The bizarre anomaly was explored in a recent documentary titled, “Died Suddenly.”