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Son: Gunman Who Killed Maryland Deputies Violent, Abusive to Family

February 12, 2016
Before he fired a shot at a Maryland sheriff's deputy, sending bystanders fleeing from a suburban sandwich shop, a drifter had a history of harming, stalking and scaring those closest to him, according to the man's estranged son.

2 Maryland Deputies Killed in Related Shootings

February 10, 2016
Two Harford County, MD, sheriff's deputies have died after a shooting both inside and near a Panera Bread restaurant in Abingdon late Wednesday morning. The sheriff says they were targeted because of their uniforms.

2 Maryland Deputies Wounded in Connected Shootings

February 10, 2016
Sheriff Gahler speculated that the two shootings occurred not more than 15 minutes apart and called the second shooting a "continuation of events" from the Panera attack.

Md. Sergeant Suffers Heart Attack at Colleague's Memorial

September 13, 2012
Harford County (Md.) Sheriff's Sgt. Ian Loughran suffered a fatal heart attack while attending the funeral of a fellow officer who had been killed in an early morning car wreck less than a week earlier.

Md. Deputy Killed In Single-Vehicle Crash

September 6, 2012
Corporal Charles B. Licato, 34, was a 14-year veteran of the sheriff's office who was assigned to the Apprehension Unit of the Services and Support Bureau.
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