A Connecticut State Police Trooper is being laid to rest, a week after he and his cruiser were swept away in the floodwaters of the Pomperaug River in Woodbury. Funeral services were held this morning for Sgt Brian Mohl at the Xfinity Theatre. Thousands of law enforcement members, not only from Connecticut but from all over New England and the country, attended the service. Honors included three rounds of volley fire, the playing of Taps and a presentation of flags to his family. Trooper One, Trooper Two and New York State Police helicopter conducted a flyover. Mohl is survived by his wife, Susan, and three children, his three brothers, his two sisters, and his parents. He was a member of the Connecticut State Police for nearly 27 years and was set to retire next year. Governor Lamont today is directing U.S. and state flags in Connecticut to return to full-staff at sunset. Flags have been flying at half-staff statewide as a mark of respect for Mohl.