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March 2020 Blues Vol 36 No 3

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The BLUES Police Magazine, March 2020 Blues Vol 36 No 3

T. Michael O’Conner

T. Michael O’Conner Appointed US Marshal On Monday morning, February 3, 2020, four term Victoria County Sheriff T. Michael O’Connor informed County Judge Ben Zeller that he was ending his tour as Sheriff at high noon. Later, at a private ceremony in the federal building, O’Connor was sworn in as the United States Marshal for the Southern District of Texas. There are 94 U.S. Marshals appointed by the President of the United States to serve across our nation. The United States Marshal is the oldest form of U.S. federal law enforcement and was established by the Judiciary Act of the First Congress and signed into law by President George Washington on September 24, 1789. Galveston County Sheriff Office Promotions Congratulations to the following members of the Galveston County Sheriff’s Office for their recent promotions. Standing (left to right): Cpl. A. Espinosa, Sgt. C. Howell, Sheriff H. Trochesset and Cpl. Z. Holley. Seated (left to right): Sgt. J. Stephenson, Cpl. T. Powell, Sgt. J. Bertolino and Sgt. J. Pena League City Patrol Officer of the Year for 2019 Officer Christopher Evans was selected as the 2019 “Patrol Officer of the Year” by the League City Police Department Patrol Division supervisors. Evans was chosen out of the four “Officer of the Quarter” recipients for his work as a Field Training Officer in 2019 and the search and arrest of a murder suspect on the loose in the Historic League City area in September of 2019. Evans also received the “Life-Saving Award” for his actions surrounding a child drowning. When presenting the award, Chief Ratliff stated “Officer Evans, your heroic life-saving efforts, tireless pursuit of crime, and dedication to this Department and the citizens we serve brings great credit to you and to the League City Police Department.” TX Deputy is Oldest LEO in World at 94 Still active at the Johnson County Sheriff's Office in Cleburne, TX, Reserve Deputy Bill Hardin has no desire to quit. By all accounts, he is the oldest police officer in the world at the age of 94. CLICK HERE TO WATCH THE VIDEO 18 The BLUES POLICE MAGAZINE The 19 The BLUES BLUES POLICE POLICE MAGAZINE 19

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