Wroten was shot and killed last week by an inmate he was guarding at Washington County Hospital. It was a tearful goodbye for nearly 2,000 mourners who came to pay their last respects to Wroten. "The feeling for any incident like this is always hurt, pain, love and caring because many people here today that are wearing the uniform walk in the same shoes," said Warden Roy Sowers, from the Roxbury Correctional Institute. Correctional officers came from all over the four-state region. Some even came from as far as Rhode Island and South Carolina. The church quickly overflowed with friends and family. Many of them had to stand and listen to the service outside in the parking lot. The day started as officers gathered near the Valley Mall in Hagerstown and drove to the church in Martinsburg as a unified group. Those who knew him said Wroten would have been grateful to see all the people who came to support his family. Despite the tragedy, mourners tried to stay positive. "Honestly I wish this was something we never have to go through but it gives you a warm feeling to know the law enforcement community comes out at a time like this and supports each other," said Capt. Mark Martin, Wrotens co-worker. The Maryland Department of Corrections has put state prisons on lock down until Thursday morning so that correctional officers in the area can continue to pay their respects. If you would like to make a donation, you can send it to: Bishop George Speis 216 Iden Lane Martinsburg, WV 25401 Reported by Angie Gonzalez [email]email@example.com[/email]" Streets Re-Open after Demolition of Apartment Building,1138819518,1138819518,"GREENCASTLE, PA- Pennsylvania commuters are now able to breathe a sigh of relief.