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Body of Fallen York Co. detective being brought home following autopsy in Charleston

(Matthew Gladwell | WCSC) (Matthew Gladwell | WCSC)
(Matthew Gladwell | WCSC) (Matthew Gladwell | WCSC)
Charleston, SC (WBTV) -

The body of fallen York County Detective Michael Doty is being brought home from Charleston, where an autopsy was performed Friday morning at the Medical University of South Carolina. 

A procession left the hospital around 2:30 p.m.

A photographer from our sister station in Charleston, WCSC, tweeted about the motor escort around 10:30 a.m., where staging was underway,

Ceremony arrangements to honor Doty are being held at noon Monday at Calvary Church, located on Pineville-Matthews Road in Charlotte. Dr. John Munro and Rev. Barry Yates will be officiating. 

Interment will follow in Forest Hills Cemetery, funeral organizers say.

RELATED: Ceremony arrangements made to honor fallen York County detective

South Carolina Gov. Henry McMaster ordered that flags on all state buildings be flown at half-staff Monday in Doty's honor, Pickens County officials say. ?

Doty died Wednesday after being injured in an officer-involved shooting in Charlotte Tuesday morning. 

The shooting happened in the 1400 block of South Parham Road after deputies responded to a domestic call at a home on Farrier Lane.

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In lieu of flowers, memorials may be made in Doty’s name to Keystone, 199 S. Herlong Avenue, Rock Hill, SC 29732 or to the Sheriff’s Foundation of York County, Inc., c/o York County Sheriff’s Office, Moss Justice Center, 1675-2A York Highway, York, SC 29745-7430 Attn:  Jessica Keith.

Condolences may be made to Doty's family at www.greenefuneralhome.net.

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