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Maryland to honor fallen Boonsboro Police Chief Kevin Morgan with lowered flags

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ANNAPOLIS, MD—Governor Wes Moore has announced that all state and federal buildings in Maryland will lower their flags to half-staff on Saturday, April 20 to honor the life of Boonsboro Police Chief Kevin Eugene Morgan.

Chief Morgan died on April 13 after suffering a medical emergency while on duty. The flags will be lowered from sunrise to sunset.

“Chief Morgan defined what it means to be a Marylander. Our entire state is mourning this loss,” said Gov. Moore. “Our hearts and our prayers are with all who loved him–from family and friends to his fellow officers in Boonsboro. Together, we will carry forward his torch of selfless service and Maryland pride.”

Morgan served as the Chief of Police for the Boonsboro Police Department for over 40 years. He began his career with the Washington County Sheriff’s Department in 1983. He then served with the Brunswick Police Department in 1982.

This article was written with the assistance of AI and reviewed by a human editor.

Photo via Boonsboro Police Department

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