With less than 50 days until election day, Donald Trump responded to the explosion in New York City on Saturday and later tweeted that he was considering suing the New York Times. Meanwhile, Hillary Clinton was in Washington, D.C. supporting President Obama’s legacy at the Congressional Black Caucus gala.
Hundreds of York County residents came out to the streets Monday afternoon to watch the funeral processional of Detective Mike Doty, a York County Sheriff’s Office deputy who died in a shooting last week that wounded three other police officers. Doty’s funeral was held at Calvary Church in Charlotte. Doty was scheduled to be buried at Forest Hills Cemetery in Rock Hill.
A horse-drawn caisson carried Det. Mike Doty's casket to his burial site Monday at Forest Hills Cemetery in Rock Hill. The SLED helicopter that sustained bullets during an ambush that left three York County law enforcement officers injured and that resulted in Doty's death two days later, flew overhead as thousands of attendees gathered for the funeral.
Hundreds of people met in front of the York County courthouse to remember Det. Mike Doty, a York County Sheriff's Officer who was shot Tuesday, Jan. 16. During the candlelight vigil, Sheriff Kevin Tolson said law enforcement will always have "your back." Doty died Thursday from his injuries.
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Dozens of law enforcement from York County and Charlotte escort the body of Det. Mike Doty of the York County Sheriff's Office Thursday to Piedmont Medical Center. Doty died Wednesday from injuries sustained after a domestic violence suspect opened fire Tuesday on York County deputies and a York police officer.
Police from the York County Sheriff's Office and other agencies, and people from first responder support groups, waved American Flags on the Sutton Road bridge over Interstate 77 in York County Thursday in support of Mike Doty. Doty, a York County deputy, died late Wednesday after he was shot Tuesday while searching for a domestic violence suspect. Three other officers were wounded and are recovering.
Many roads in York, Chester and Lancaster counties and around the region remain icy and dangerous Thursday morning after an overnight freeze, emergency officials said. Many main roads are in good shape, but secondary roads and neighborhood streets may be icy.