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Flags lowered in honor of Officer Jordan Harris Sheldon

K9 Officer Jordan Harris Sheldon

May 8. UPDATED. Gov. Roy Cooper has ordered North Carolina flags at state buildings, grounds and facilities to remain at half-staff through sunset on Friday, May 10 in honor of Mooresville Police Officer Jordan Harris Sheldon who died in the line of duty in Iredell County on Saturday. Memorial services for Officer Sheldon will take place on Friday.

Cornelius Police participated in a procession with hundreds of first responder vehicles that took the officer’s body from Charlotte to Concord


“We mourn the tragic loss of Officer Sheldon and offer our deepest gratitude for his service and commitment to protecting the people of North Carolina. Our hearts go out to his

Ramon – (photo credit Leigh Walther)

family and friends and his colleagues in law enforcement,” Gov. Cooper said.

The funeral service will be 11 a.m. Friday at Calvary Church in south Charlotte, 5801 Pineville-Matthews Road.

A procession of public safety vehicles will leave from the funeral home in Concord to the church in Charlotte for the service. Following the service, a procession will travel to Mooresville Police Department where the procession will disband.

The specific travel route and time for the procession to Mooresville will be posted after all transportation logistics are finalized.

UPDATE: The Town of Mooresville invites the community to commemorate the life of Officer Jordan Sheldon Wednesday, May 8, from 6:30-8 p.m. on the lawn of Town Hall, located at 413 North Main Street.  A huge crowd is expected.