Many mourners gathered Thursday at the Lancaster sheriff’s station to pay their respects to a sergeant whom one resident described as “one of the good ones.” Just before 8 a.m., Bishop Vaughn stopped at the station to offer prayers for the fallen sergeant. His first encounter with Owen wasn’t ideal. It was about eight years ago and the sergeant had arrested him. "That's how long we've been together, partners," Vaughn said. "He brought me a long way." Vaughn now stays at a mental health facility not far from the station. But he thinks often of Owen, who he said served as a mentor and a father figure. "This guy, when I was in trouble, kept me straight," Vaughn said.