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BREAKING: Maryland deputy in critical condition after being hit with shotgun fire

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UPDATE: The deputy who was shot and flown to the shock trauma center has been identified as Dfc. Warren Scott Hogan, a 4 year veteran of the department.

CHESTERTOWN, Md. — Authorities say a sheriff’s deputy was shot and critically wounded and another man also was shot in an exchange of gunfire at a home on Maryland’s Eastern Shore.

Queen Anne’s County Sheriff’s Department spokesman Lt. Dale Patrick told local media outlets that deputies were initially called to a domestic disturbance at a Chestertown home Wednesday night. After midnight, the woman involved in that incident showed up at the sheriff’s department’s headquarters.

Dfc. Warren Scott Hogan
Dfc. Warren Scott Hogan

When a deputy escorted her home to collect belongings, Patrick says a man fired on the deputy with a shotgun, and the deputy returned fire. Patrick says both the deputy and the man were struck.

Patrick says the deputy was flown to Shock Trauma in Baltimore, where he was in critical condition. The suspect has since died.

The Canadian Press contributed to this report.

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