MIFFLINTOWN – Sadness is being expressed at the death of a PA State Police trooper and the serious wounding of another hours apart over the weekend. Police said a man fired shots into patrol vehicles at a barracks in Juniata County about 11 a.m. Saturday, then wounded 45-year-old Lt. James Wagner at 12:45 p.m. in Mifflintown and later shot and killed 29-year-old Trooper Jacques Rougeau, Jr. in Walker Township. Lt. Wagner is in critical condition at Hershey Medical Center. The gunman, 38-year-old Brandon Stine, was later shot and killed in an exchange of gunfire. State Police Commissioner Col. Christopher Paris said Sunday that the investigation is continuing and “at this point there are no clear motives we can point to.” Anyone interested in donating to assist the troopers’ families can send a check to the PA State Troopers Association or PSTA at 3625 Vartan Way, Harrisburg, PA 17110. The check should be made out to the “Survivor’s Fund,” with the name of the trooper written in the “memo” portion of the check. Gov. Josh Shapiro ordered Commonwealth flags on all Commonwealth facilities, public buildings, and grounds to fly at half-staff immediately in honor of Trooper Rougeau. Flags shall be lowered to half-staff until the date of interment, which has not yet been announced.