Virginia leaders, first responders remember officer killed in the line of duty
COVINGTON, Va. (WDBJ) - Virginia leaders and law enforcement agencies are sharing their condolences over the death of Covington Police Officer Caleb Ogilvie, shot to death in the line of duty Monday.
A fund to support Ogilvie’s family has been set up through “Fund the First” and online donations can be made here.
A heartbreaking loss for the Covington community – I’m thinking of the family of Officer Caleb Ogilvie and those impacted by this tragic act of violence.https://t.co/SjvGCwESfa— Mark Warner (@MarkWarner) March 15, 2022
Governor Glenn Youngkin will order Commonwealth flags to be flown at half staff on the day of Ogilvie’s funeral when that is scheduled.
The First Lady and I are devastated by the tragic loss of a Covington Police Officer. This serves as a reminder that law enforcement officers risk their lives every day. Our thoughts and prayers are with the family of the fallen officer during this difficult time. https://t.co/MDKbdl9nE8— Governor Glenn Youngkin (@GovernorVA) March 15, 2022
The men and women of the FBI's Richmond Field Office offer our condolences to the family, friend's and colleagues of Police Officer Caleb Daniel Ogilvie, killed in the line of duty March 14, 2022. pic.twitter.com/FVstIsbTqE— FBI Richmond (@FBIRichmond) March 15, 2022
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