Secret Service agent trained and died in Bush Compound, Maine

Kennebunkport, Maine (AP) — Service in Maine on Saturday for a 50-year-old secret service agent who died during training during a shift on the Bush family grounds at Walkers Point in Kennebunkport. It is done.

Keith Mills, a Secret Service police officer who protected the late President George HW Bush and former President George W. Bush, died on Sunday during training, Goham’s younger brother Todd Mills said. An autopsy was performed, but the cause of death was unclear.

Mills’ death is considered a line of duty.

Portland Press Herald Report Serviced on Saturday at Laurel Hill Cemetery in Saco, it has a growing presence from local law enforcement agencies, Maine police soldiers, and Secret Service agents.

In a statement, former President George W. Bush said he and his wife Laura were “sad for the sudden loss of Keith Mills.” Bush called Mills “a devoted civil servant and exemplary member of the US Secret Service.”

Mills joined the Kennebunkport Police Station in 1992 and left the police station in 2002 to join the Secret Service.