Who is Mike Mosher? ( Killed in Overland Park) Wiki, Bio, Age, Family, Career, Net Worth, Many More Facts You Need To Know

Mike Mosher Wiki – Mike Mosher Bio

Barely one year since Overland Park Police Officer Mike Mosher accepted the Gold Valor Award from the Kansas Association of the Chiefs of Police, he was killed in a shoot out in the line of duty.

Mike Mosher Age

He was 33 years old.

Mike Mosher Work

Donchez said Mosher was a 14 and-a-half year veteran of Overland PD. He worked as a field training officer and a community police officer and was also the president of the Overland Park Fraternal Order of Police. Mosher earned the Gold Valor Award in 2019 for his involvement in a shooting in July 2018, killing a person who Donchez said ambushed Mosher and his partner.

Mike Mosher Death

According to the Shawnee Mission Post, Mosher was in his personal vehicle Sunday on his way to an off-duty assignment. He was dressed in his uniform and in possession of his police radio when he saw a hit-and-run incident. Mosher called him and followed the driver. The Shawnee Mission Post reported that the driver finally stopped his car and walked to Mosher. The newspaper reported: “Mosher can be heard telling dispatchers that the suspect got out of the car, approached him, and then refused to return to his car. Officers who answered the call reported hearing gunshots. Seconds later, dispatchers began receiving 911 calls from witnesses reporting that an officer had been shot and was on the ground. ”

This is the first officer to die in the line of duty for Overland Park’s Police Department in 35 years. Mosher was 37 and is survived by a wife and a child, according to Kansas news station KHSB.

Police Investigation

The report says that of the 48 killed in criminal acts, 44 were shot dead. The average profile of the officers killed was male, white, and in his 40s. These officers and deputies were killed doing all kinds of police work, from simple traffic stops and carrying out arrest warrants to responding to ongoing crimes or calls to end the fights. The 41 accidental deaths were dominated by car accidents, either from a car accident or from being hit by a car as a pedestrian. According to the official website for Memorial Down, 61 law enforcement officers have died so far in 2020, with Mosher at 61. He is the 18th officer to be shot to death this year.