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  • Beloved York County sheriff's sergeant battles cancer

    In this March 23, 2017 file video, Sgt. Shawn "Sarge" Thomasson, a 30-year deputy with the York County Sheriff's Office, is in "grave" condition as he battles colon cancer. His family said he has been proud to serve the public for three decades and that he has dedicated his life to helping others.

In this March 23, 2017 file video, Sgt. Shawn "Sarge" Thomasson, a 30-year deputy with the York County Sheriff's Office, is in "grave" condition as he battles colon cancer. His family said he has been proud to serve the public for three decades and that he has dedicated his life to helping others. Andrew Dys adys@heraldonline.com
In this March 23, 2017 file video, Sgt. Shawn "Sarge" Thomasson, a 30-year deputy with the York County Sheriff's Office, is in "grave" condition as he battles colon cancer. His family said he has been proud to serve the public for three decades and that he has dedicated his life to helping others. Andrew Dys adys@heraldonline.com

York Co. deputy battling cancer loved his badge; ‘It meant he could help people’

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