Flags Lowered for Fallen Deputy

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LOCK HAVEN -- Governor Tom Wolf ordered flags across the Commonwealth to fly at half-staff in honor of a fallen Clinton County sheriff's deputy.

Deputy Stephen Herrold passed away unexpectedly last week in Lock Haven.

The 30-year-old had served as a sheriff's deputy for the last year and a half.

He and his wife had just welcomed their first child 10 days before his death.

As per the governor, Commonwealth flags will remain at half-staff until sunset on Friday.

3 comments

    • TheTruth

      Passed away unexpectedly, is usually the phrase used when it’s an overdose or a suicide.. having a newborn is rough on both parents, but with his profession it probably hit him harder… post partum.. those kind of details won’t be included in the original story..

      • Know your facts

        Know your facts people. He did not commit suicide and no he did not over dose on drugs. His cause of death was a health related issue. Love you Stephen.

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