Harford County will honor two sheriff's deputies one year after their deaths.
Friday marks a Day of Remembrance for Senior Deputy Patrick Dailey and Deputy First Class Mark Logsdon, who were killed in the line of duty on Feb. 10, 2016.
County Executive Barry Glassman ordered flags to fly at half-staff, and the county's administrative office building in Bel Air will also be illuminated with blue lights throughout the week.
Harford County will observe a moment of silence at noon as the county's emergency sirens are activated in their honor.
In remembrance of Deputies Patrick Dailey & Mark Logsdon, Feb 10 at noon the county’s emergency sirens will blast three times for one minute
— Harford County Gov't (@HarfordCountyMD) February 9, 2017