Cameron Glover, LASD deputy was 27 *

Deputy Cameron Glover of the Santa Clarita sheriff's station died tonight after an off-duty motorcycle accident on McBean Parkway. He was a four-year veteran who had been assigned to patrol duties since 2008. "All the staff at the Santa Clarita Valley Sheriff's Station have heavy hearts tonight as we have lost a great friend, partner, and a fellow community protector in Deputy Cameron Glover," says a release. "Our thoughts and prayers are with his family and friends. He was survived by his wife, mother, father, and brother. We will continue to support them and lean on each other during this difficult time." Department spokesman Steve Whitmore said that Glover's wife is seven months pregnant.

Thursday update: A memorial fund has been set up at the Bank of Santa Clarita.

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