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Mosher called dispatch and called for back up as he pursued the hit and run suspect. The suspect pulled over and that’s when the shootout began. The suspect (name not yet released) died on the scene and Mosher was rushed to a local hospital where eventually died from his wounds.
“Dedicated father. Wonderful husband. You know, those two things come to light when you think about this officer. He cared about other officers. He cared about his community. He was a good, straight officer. We’re asking for your prayers. Something like this is very hard. We have not lost an officer since Deanna Rose and this is something that… we’re not used to this.”
– John Lacy, Overland Park PD spokesman
Officer Mosher was 37 years old and leaves behind a wife and a child.
Our thoughts and prayers are with the family, friends, community and department as they get through this difficult time.
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