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Sheriff's Office Award Ceremony

The Wichita County Sheriff's Office held their Quarterly Awards Ceremony on Thursday, April 26 at 2:00. The ceremony was in Judge Little's Courtroom located on the 2nd floor of the Wichita County Courthouse.

New Officers:
Mike Hopper will be sworn in as a reserve deputy.

Retirements:
Corporal Robert Baker retired after 24 years of Service with the Wichita County Sheriff's Office.

Promotions:
Corporal Brien Conner promoted to Sergeant assigned to Detention Center.
Corporal Ian McMurtrie promoted to Sergeant assigned to Detention Center.
Detention Officer Roy Biter promoted to Corporal assigned to Detention Center.
Detention Officer Amanda Delgado promoted to Corporal assigned to Detention Center.
Deputy Patrick McFerrin promoted to Corporal assigned to Patrol.
Detention Officer Allison Schultze promoted to Corporal assigned to Detention Center.
Detention Officer Justin Mitchell promoted to Deputy assigned to Patrol.
Detention Officer Dominique Ramos promoted to Deputy assigned to patrol.

Awards:
Deputy Josh Brown received the Tessa Price Award for having the most Driving While Intoxicated arrests in 2011. Deputy Brown made 34 Driving While Intoxicated Arrests.

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