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Mourners Remember Slain Harford County Deputy

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Police, firefighters and family of Harford County Sr. Deputy Patrick Dailey gather after his funeral Wednesday, Feb. 17, at Mountain Christian Church in Joppa, Md. (Photo: AP) Police, firefighters and family of Harford County Sr. Deputy Patrick Dailey gather after his funeral Wednesday, Feb. 17, at Mountain Christian Church in Joppa, Md. (Photo: AP)
Members of the Harford County Sheriff's Office Honor Guard carry the casket of Sr. Deputy Patrick Dailey, of the Harford County Sheriff's Office, after his funeral, Wednesday, Feb. 17, at Mountain Christian Church in Joppa, Md. (Photo: AP) Members of the Harford County Sheriff's Office Honor Guard carry the casket of Sr. Deputy Patrick Dailey, of the Harford County Sheriff's Office, after his funeral, Wednesday, Feb. 17, at Mountain Christian Church in Joppa, Md. (Photo: AP)
Members of the Joppa-Magnolia Vol. Fire Co. lift the casket of Sr. Deputy Patrick Dailey, of the Harford County Sheriff's Office, after his funeral, Wednesday, Feb. 17, at Mountain Christian Church in Joppa, Md. (Photo: AP) Members of the Joppa-Magnolia Vol. Fire Co. lift the casket of Sr. Deputy Patrick Dailey, of the Harford County Sheriff's Office, after his funeral, Wednesday, Feb. 17, at Mountain Christian Church in Joppa, Md. (Photo: AP)
Members of the Joppa-Magnolia Vol. Fire Co. prepare to life the casket of Sr. Deputy Patrick, Dailey, of the Harford County Sheriff's Office, before his funeral, Wednesday, Feb. 17, 2016, at Mountain Christian Church in Joppa, Md. (Photo: AP) Members of the Joppa-Magnolia Vol. Fire Co. prepare to life the casket of Sr. Deputy Patrick, Dailey, of the Harford County Sheriff's Office, before his funeral, Wednesday, Feb. 17, 2016, at Mountain Christian Church in Joppa, Md. (Photo: AP)
Senior Deputy Patrick Dailey (Photo credit: Harford County Sheriff's Office) Senior Deputy Patrick Dailey (Photo credit: Harford County Sheriff's Office)

JOPPA, Md. (AP)- One of two Harford County Sheriff's deputies killed in the line of duty is being remembered as an "amazing person" who "brought honor to his badge."
    
Mourners packed the Mountain Christian Church in Joppa on Wednesday for the funeral of Senior Deputy Patrick Dailey, a 30-year veteran of the department and volunteer firefighter. Dailey was shot and killed while responding to a complaint at an Abingdon restaurant. Senior Deputy Mark Logsdon was also slain before deputies killed the gunman.
    
Dailey's body arrived on a fire truck escorted by police motorcycles, according to a pool report. His son, Brian, says after hearing many stories about his father, he can see he "was an amazing person."
    
Gov. Larry Hogan called Dailey "a man who brought honor to his badge every day."

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