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Deputy Sheriff Casey L. Shoemate

Miller County Sheriff‘s Office, Missouri
E.O.W. April 20, 2018

Deputy Sheriff Casey Shoemate was killed in a vehicle crash on Route Y, just north of Rabbit Hill Road, while responding to a structure fire at a fellow employee‘s house.
He collided head-on with an oncoming vehicle during the response. Deputy Shoemate was pronounced dead at the scene. He is survived by two children, finance, parents, and several siblings.
 
Deputy Sheriff Aaron Paul Roberts

Greene County Sheriff‘s Office, Missouri
E.O.W. September 7, 2018

Deputy Sheriff Aaron Roberts drowned after his patrol car was swept into swollen Pomme de Terre River in the area of Cabin Creek Road and Farm Road 2 at 8:30 pm. He responded to a 911 hang up call in the area and was returning into service when he made an emergency radio call stating his vehicle had been swept off of the road in flood waters. Approximately 50 yards downstream Deputy Roberts body was recovered inside his vehicle. He is survived by his wife and 7 year old daughter and parents.
 
Police Officer Christopher Ryan Morton

Clinton Police Department, Missouri
E.O.W. March 6,2018

Police officer Christopher Morton was shot and killed when he and two other officers responded to a unknown home situation as the result of 911 call. As officers arrived at the home a male subject opened fire on them with a semiautomatic rifle. The officers return fire and entered the home in an attempt to take the man into custody. The man continued firing, wounding all three officers.
Officer Morton was transported to local hospital where he succumbed to his wounds. The subject barricaded himself inside the home. A swat team later found the subject deceased.
Officer Morton was a veteran of the Army National Guard and is survived by his parents and siblings.
Good Evening Sir,
Your support during National Police Week made our trip so much easier because we were able to be near our son and daughters families. Your support also enabled us to assist them financially with airfare and other incidentals. Our daughter/son-in-law have two very young children, so it was a tremendous help to be able to be in the same hotel to support them. Our son and both of our mothers were in the dame hotel as well. There are no words to fully describe what being there together to support each other during such an emotionally time meant to us.
Thank you from the bottom of our hearts....
Your generosity meant so much to my broken heart.
Respectfully,
Tara Morton
FBI Special Agent Melissa Morrow

E.O.W March 22, 2019

September 11, 2001 Agent Morrow was assigned to the Evidence Response Team at the FBI‘s Washington Field Office. She died from 9/11 related illness. Later assigned to Kansas City field office.
 
Deputy Sheriff Theresa Sue King

Wyandotte County Sheriff‘s Office, Kansas
E.O.W. June 16, 2018

Deputy Sheriff Theresa King and Deputy Sheriff Patrick Rohrer were shot and killed as they transported a prisoner to the Wyandotte County Correction and Court Services Building at approximately 11:15 am. Deputy King was transported to a local hospital where she passed away shortly after midnight. She is survived by her three children.