KANSAS CITY, Mo. — Kansas Gov. Laura Kelly ordered flags to fly at half-staff in honor of Overland Park Police Officer Mike Mosher.
Mosher died Sunday in a shootout with hit-and-run suspect Phillip Carney, who also died.
Kelly expressed condolences to Mosher's family during a press conference on Wednesday.
"He leaves behind a legion of loved ones and a lasting legacy of helping countless people in his community," Kelly said.
Mosher was 37 and had served with the Overland Park Police Department for more than a decade.
Mosher's funeral will be held May 13, according to an official with the City of Overland Park.
His death was the first for the department since 1985, when Deanna Rose was run over by a drunk driving suspect she stopped on Jan. 24, 1985. She died two days later.