YORK Two of the York County law enforcement officers wounded last week in what police said was an ambush by a domestic violence suspect are expected to attend the funeral of another officer, Det. Mike Doty, who was killed.
Sgt. Kyle Cummings of the York Police Department and Sgt. Randy Clinton of the York County Sheriff's Office are planning to attend, police said.
Both were released from the hospital after surgeries last week.
In the incident that started Monday night and stretched into Tuesday, four officers were shot. Sgt. Buddy Brown of the sheriff's office remained hospitalized through late Sunday. Brown had a procedure Sunday and was hoping to be able to attend along with Sgt. Clinton who is expected to go to the funeral said Trent Faris, spokesman for the sheriff's office.
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Most officers from the sheriff's office who are not working Monday on normal patrol, jail and other duties are expected to attend.
Cummings told York Police Chief Andy Robinson over the weekend that he wanted to attend the funeral for Doty, Robinson said.
Robinson said late Sunday night Cummings will attend along with others from his department.
The suspect identified by police in the shootings, Christian Thomas McCall, 47, of York, remains hospitalized and has not yet been charged.
Doty, 37, who died Wednesday night, was a deputy since 2006.
Hundreds of police from around the Carolinas and the country are expected to attend the funeral at Calvary Church in Charlotte and burial at Forest Hills Cemetery in Rock Hill.