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Emergency Ordinance Allows Oakwood Village Employees To Donate Sick Time To Slain Officer's Widow

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Oakwood Village, OH - Oakwood Village going above and beyond to help Officer Holly Miktarian in the wake of her husband's murder.

Twinsburg Officer Joshua Miktarian fatally shot while on duty last month.

The fallen officer was not only a Twinsburg Police Officer, but volunteered at the Uniontown Police Department, owned a Gionino's Pizza franchise and played guitar in the Akron based rock band "Barium."

The couple also parents to a three-month baby girl, Thea.

On July 22nd, Oakwood Village passed an ordinance that will allow village employees to donate accrued but unused sick time to the credit of police officer Holly Miktarian.

19 Action News has learned Holly remains on indefinite leave and there is no set date for her to return to work.  

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