Md. officer killed in wreck at end of shift

Officer had just finished his shift when his department-issued vehicle crashed

Duty Death: Charles Licato - [Cecil County, Maryland]


By PoliceOne Staff

BALTIMORE — A deputy was killed in a single-vehicle car crash Thursday morning, the Harford County Sheriff's Office said.

Cpl. Charles Licato of Cecil County had just finished his shift when his department-issued vehicle crashed in Darlington, WBAL reported. Licato, 34, died at the scene.

Cpl. Charles Licato of Cecil County had just finished his shift when his department-issued vehicle crashed. (ODMP Image)
Cpl. Charles Licato of Cecil County had just finished his shift when his department-issued vehicle crashed. (ODMP Image)

Responding deputies found Licato after a citizen called 911 to report the accident.

Investigators have not determined the cause of the crash.

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