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Signs were installed Wednesday at ends of a stretch of Carowinds Boulevard in York County, South Carolina to be named for Sheriff's Office Deputy Mike Doty. The unveiling is Friday on Doty's birthday with a ceremony for his family. He would have been 38. Doty died Jan. 17 after being shot Jan. 16 in what police said was an ambush by a domestic violence suspect outside York. The road was chosen to honor Doty because he lived in Fort Mill and was part of the county drug unit that worked often along Carowinds Boulevard. adys@heraldonline.com
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Carowinds Blvd. to be renamed for slain York Co. officer. Ceremony on his birthday.

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