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Topic - Jacob Kishter
A Metropolitan Police Department officer stabbed five years ago is being laid to rest Friday, as officials await the results of an autopsy to determine whether his death is directly related to the earlier injury and should be classified a homicide.
Jacob Kishter later confirmed that a caretaker had made a home visit to check on a patient when the man became agitated and entered a bathroom with a sharp object, refusing to come out.
Jacob Kishter wrote in an email to residents that the department is working to combat the issues.